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Toolstation store arrives in Chepstow

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Toolstation, Chepstow

Toolstation, one of the UK’s fastest growing and largest suppliers of tools and more is pleased to announce the opening of its Chepstow store on Monday 21st September, bringing the Toolstation experience to local trade and DIY customers.

Monday also sees the exciting launch of the new catalogue with a range of new brands and quality products at great prices in store and online, demonstrating Toolstation’s commitment to conveniently and easily provide trade, DIYers and homebuilders with tools and more to tackle any task.

The opening of the new store has created seven new jobs in the area, and is the latest store opening as part of Toolstation’s ambitious expansion plan to roll out 60 more stores across the UK by the end of 2020.

Toolstation’s multi-channel service means customers can conveniently purchase the essentials they need from stores directly or through their click-and-collect service, with most products available within 5 minutes after purchase.

The knowledgeable store team is also on hand with expert advice and reliable service.

The safety and wellbeing of Toolstation’s colleagues, customers and communities remains the top priority. The store will operate a 1m social distancing policy. A dedicated colleague will monitor the door and queuing system, and all colleagues will be provided with PPE.

Store manager Tom Hepworth comments: “We are pleased to be opening the new store and supporting local tradespeople DIYers and home builders with tools and more in Chepstow. We recognise the importance of challenging times and our knowledgeable team are committed to providing local customers with a reliable and convenient service for the essentials they need to tackle any task.” 

Toolstation Chepstow will be open seven days a week, from 7am to 8pm Monday to Friday, 7am to 7pm Saturday and 9am to 4pm Sundays.

Toolstation Chepstow store located at Unit 3, Larkfield Trade Park, Newport Road, Chepstow, NP16 5YS.

Rhys Gregory
Editor of Wales247.co.uk

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