Today the Mayor of Stockton cut the ribbon to open Wren Kitchens 85th showroom which has created 29 new jobs locally.
The inspirational hub at Lustrum Retail Park in Stockton has over 40 kitchens on display including edgy industrial, charming country and ultra-modern designs as well as the launch of an all new concept, a child safe kitchen.
It’s packed full of design tips for parents to keep little ones safe in the kitchen such as door safety catches and locks, appliances located out of reach, cool to touch induction hobs and storage ideas for harmful cleaning products.
“It’s an exciting moment opening this state-of-the-art showroom, as we launch Wren’s first child safe kitchen and we’re confident it will be popular with parents and expecting parents,” said Wren Kitchens Stockton Showroom Manager, David Richardson
“We’ve received a real warm welcome from the community and we’re looking forward to making dream kitchens become reality for many by tailoring each design to suit the whole family’s lifestyle.”
Wren offers affordable luxury kitchens and with 10 million different combinations the possibilities are endless to perfectly tailor a kitchen.
The retailer donated £500 to the Mayor’s Benevolent Fund, Cllr Lynn Hall, who supports two worthy causes; Great North Ambulance and NeoAngels. The helicopter ambulance responds to around 1,000 emergency calls per year and NeoAngels helps families during their neonatal journey in North Tees and South Tees Hospitals.
“It’s an honour to open this amazing showroom as it’s a real asset to the area,” said Mayor of Stockton, Cllr Lynn Hall.
“It’s great to see so many customers arriving on the open day and I’m sure the friendly team will look after the people of the borough and beyond with their expert guidance.
“I’m thrilled with the donation from Wren as it will make a real difference to two worthy local causes.”