New-look M&S opens up after revamp

Marks & Spencer's re-designed store in Lowestoft has been unveiled, with a traditional ribbon cutting ceremony led by the store manager Amanda Smith and her team.

Marks & Spencer's re-designed store in Lowestoft has been unveiled, with a traditional ribbon cutting ceremony led by the store manager Amanda Smith and her team.

Celebrations continued in-store where customers were treated to champagne, live music and cooking demonstrations.

The 16,000 sq ft store has re-launched under Marks & Spencer's new “signature” style, with contemporary interior design, brighter lighting, easy to navigate walkways and spacious fitting rooms.

Amanda Smith said: “The redevelopment of the store has been an exciting time for us and both customers and staff are delighted with the final results.

“Our fantastic new-look store brings a refreshing shopping experience to Lowestoft and we're confident customers will enjoy their shopping trips even more.”

Increased space has led to wider customer choice across womenswear, menswear, childrenswear, lingerie, beauty and home. The food hall has also undergone a number of changes including a new bakery.