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English Español UK: Co-op Isle of Skye site opens after £3.5 million overhaul

The reform of site has introduced self-service checkouts, new dispensers and a jetwash as well as a community room for meetings.

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The Co-op store and petrol filling station in Broadford on the Isle of Skye has reopened following a £3.5m refurbishment, reports Forecourt Trader.

Sales of fuel continues over the length of the work, which included installation of new fuel tanks, new columns and canopy, and the complete refurbishment of the store.

The petrol filling station now has six new pump islands with 42 nozzles, supplying four grades of fuel as well as LPG, alongside a new jet wash, car valeting service, and a picnic area for visiting customers.

“The overall facility is now one that will serve this community and all users well over the next few years, and on behalf of the community we would like to thank the Co-op for their major investment in this store and their continuing support to local groups in the area,” said Hamish Fraser, chairman of the Broadford and Strath Community Council.

The revamped Co-op store includes four new self-service checkouts and a community room to bring groups and causes together.

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