Poundland’s grand opening in Crayford takes place on Saturday, with a £100 in-store voucher up for grabs

PUBLISHED: 14:06 03 August 2017 | UPDATED: 17:16 03 August 2017

Tower Retail Park in Crayford

Tower Retail Park in Crayford


The first 100 customers will each receive a golden ticket

Shoppers bursting through the doors of Crayford’s new Poundland store on Saturday will receive the chance to win prizes as part of its grand opening.

The store has created 31 jobs for residents, and is promising to give away £100 worth of Poundland vouchers to one lucky shopper.

Based in Tower Retail Park, the single-price shop will also have its mascot, Poundhound sniffing around throughout the opening event.

During the day, the store will also be giving away a number of products.

Barry William is the retailer’s trading director.

He said: “We are delighted to bring our unique proposition to Crayford. Poundland offers value to over 7million customers and we look forward to opening our doors.”

The store will be based at Tower Retailer Park, which currently boasts a Hobbycraft, Sports Direct, Next and Nando’s.

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