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New Dulux centre officially opened in Bury St Edmunds

PUBLISHED: 15:54 06 May 2018 | UPDATED: 15:54 06 May 2018

The Dulux Decorator Centre Bury St Edmunds team with the Dulux dog at the official store opening event. Picture: ANDY ABBOTT

The Dulux Decorator Centre Bury St Edmunds team with the Dulux dog at the official store opening event. Picture: ANDY ABBOTT

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Painters, decorators and members of the community were welcomed to the grand opening of a new Dulux centre in Bury St Edmunds.

Guy Butterworth, Brett Carpenter, store manager, and the Dulux dog officially open Dulux Decorator Centre Bury St Edmunds. Picture: ANDY ABBOTTGuy Butterworth, Brett Carpenter, store manager, and the Dulux dog officially open Dulux Decorator Centre Bury St Edmunds. Picture: ANDY ABBOTT

The famous Dulux dog was also in attendance to celebrate the opening of the decorator centre, which is based at Bunting Road on the Moreton Hall.

The company invited Hearing Dogs for Deaf People to the launch event and £500 of vouchers was donated to the charity to spend on paints and accessories.

Brett Carpenter, store manager, said: “The grand opening event was a fantastic opportunity to meet members of the local community, and it was great to have the Dulux Dog here as the star of the show.

“We were especially pleased to welcome Hearing Dogs for Deaf People on the day and show our support for a local good cause.”

Left to right: Hearing Dogs volunteer Margo Harrison and community fundraising manager Rachel Clarke receive a donation from Guy Butterworth and manager Brett Carpenter. Picture: ANDY ABBOTTLeft to right: Hearing Dogs volunteer Margo Harrison and community fundraising manager Rachel Clarke receive a donation from Guy Butterworth and manager Brett Carpenter. Picture: ANDY ABBOTT

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