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Opening date for Wanstead Marks and Spencer finally revealed - and it’s soon!

PUBLISHED: 11:41 20 July 2018 | UPDATED: 11:43 20 July 2018

The new Marks and Spencer store in Wanstead will be opening next month. Picture: Chris Radburn/PA Wire/PA Images

The new Marks and Spencer store in Wanstead will be opening next month. Picture: Chris Radburn/PA Wire/PA Images

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The new store will be opening next month.

This is what the store will look like inside. Photo:David BartholomewThis is what the store will look like inside. Photo:David Bartholomew

Marks and Spencer has finally announched the opening date for its new store in Wanstead.

It will open at 10am on Thursday, August 23 in Wanstead High Street.

The store will stock thousands of food products and will also offer the full range of M&S clothing and home products via its collect in store service.

Store Manager, Claire Benson, who has worked at M&S since 1993 said: “My team and I are really excited about opening in Wanstead and we’ll be working hard to offer outstanding service for customers.

“It’s exciting that the store will bring a bespoke Food offer to Wanstead for the first time and I can guarantee we’ll have all the everyday essentials customers need, as well as seasonal inspiration and innovation.

“With Collect in Store, from dresses to duvets, busy customers will be able to easily collect and return – with next day pick up available seven days a week. Cutting the ribbon and welcoming customers in for the first time will be a great moment for the team and I hope lots of local customers will pop down and join us.”

The new store will be open from 7am to 10pm Monday to Saturday and 9am to 7pm on Sunday.


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