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Rugby stars help launch new St Rocco’s furniture store


VIDEO: RUGBY stars Chris Hill and Ryan Atkins were on hand to help St Rocco’s Hospice open a new charity furniture shop close to Warrington town centre.

The store has moved from Bridge Foot to Mersey Street, occupying premises formerly occupied by Multiyork, a former furniture retailer which went out of business two years ago.

The new premises have provided St Rocco’s the ability to display items properly with the premises now looking like “a proper furniture store!”

Head of Incvome generation Eric Russell gave warrington-worldwide a guided door of the new premises (see above).

Various items, many looking like new and all donated free of charke included sofas, chairs, dining tables, coffee tables, beds, wardrobes, sideboards, shelving, furnishings, mirrors paintings and much more spread over two floors.

Funds from sales will help go towards funding the Bewsey based hospice.

Warrington’s co-captain Chris Hill and former centre Ryan Atkins were on-hand to perform the ribbon cutting ceremony.

The new showroom has the benefit of free parking on site.

The new store is open 9am and 5pm from Monday to Saturday and from 10am to 4pm on Sundays.

Chris Hill and Ryan Atkins perform the official opening


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