B&M is to begin shutting some of its stores within days – and a Scots branch is on the list.
The budget retailer‘s Kilmarnock store in Queens Drive Retail Park is shutting up shop on March 26.
It comes as the new mega store at the town’s Glencairn Retail Park opened last month.
The chain currently has over 700 stores, and is continuing to expand with the long-term target of 950 stores in the UK – it confirmed to The Sun.
Some shoppers have spotted huge discounts on products for sale in stores marked for closure.
We told how a new retail park complete with a B&M, Lidl, and Burger King store is set to open near Glasgow within months.
Customers are already excited after a number of big brands secured units at Barrhead Retail Park in Renfrewshire.
Baynes, B&M, Burger King, Card Factory, Indigo Sun, Lidl, Osprey Charging Network, Starbucks and The Salvation Army confirmed that they will be opening new branches at the retail park.
And American food giant Popeyes will open its first UK drive-thru at the site after taking over the former Nestle Purina Factor.
The old factory is currently undergoing a dramatic redevelopment after lying derelict for 15 years.
However, one unit compromising a size of 1,430sqft has yet to be filled.
We recently revealed the six products you should always buy at B&M – and the items to avoid.
Some shoppers can spend hours in B&M – it’s got aisles and aisles of food, homeware, bathroom bits, and more.
But there are some products that should stay firmly on the shelf too.
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