Plumb and Parts Center has opened a new branch on Anglesey which means customers no longer have to cross the Menai Bridge to visit their nearest branch.
Located in Gaerwen, in the centre of Anglesey, the branch has been customised to provide what customers need, including a retail display for everyday essentials and access to products previously not available on the island.
Branch manager, Aled Parry, previously managed the Bangor branch. He said:
“Even though there are easy connections to the mainland, it does feel different working on the island. It definitely has its own community feel.”
Carwyn Owen, heating and plumbing engineer, said:
“I live locally so this new branch is fantastic for me. I knew Aled from the Bangor store, but this one is much more convenient. It’s only been open for a short while but I’ve already been in a lot.”
In total, the opening of the new Anglesey Plumb and Parts Center branch has created four jobs. It is the first new site under a project to pinpoint potential locations across the UK where Plumb and Parts Center doesn’t have a presence.
Central operations director, Tim Broadhurst, said:
“A new Plumb and Parts site in Folkestone, Kent, is due to follow in late summer. We have also relocated our branch from Forest Hill in south London to a new site in nearby Sydenham.
“The aim is to open ten new locations within the next year.”