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Butchers re-opens after renovation

Michael Dickson and centre manager David Menzies toast the opening of Dicksons new look North Shields shop.

Michael Dickson and centre manager David Menzies toast the opening of Dicksons new look North Shields shop.

A butchers has opened the doors to its new-look shop in North Shields.

Dicksons has spent £80,000 on giving the premises in the Beacon Centre a fresh look as well as number of new products on the shelves.

After a month long revamp, customers can now get croissants, coffees, cappuccinos and lattes as well as favourites including handcrafted pies, speciality sausages, home cooked deli meats and the signature beech-smoked saveloys.

Michael Dickson, managing director, said: “Our North Shields shop has served customers in the town extremely well over the last 20 years and we are delighted to have made a number of significant improvements to the store and added some exciting new lines to our product ranges which we are confident will add to the customer experience.

“Of course, our customers will still be able to get all their favourites.”

Established in South Shields in 1953, as a stand-alone pork butcher, Dicksons employs 240 staff in the region across its thriving chain of 23 retail shops, head office and production facility.

It sells a wide range of premium meat products, including freshly cooked deli meats, sausages, bacon, pies, and a selection of hot and cold food on the go.

 

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