BHS has received over a quarter of a million pounds to create a new food outlet at its department store in the intu Broadmarsh centre, Nottingham.
The retailer, which has been located at the shopping centre for nearly 40 years, opened the new food store this month following a £285k investment.
BHS has opened a number of food stores within its department stores across the country and is looking to open between 50 and 60 more in 2016.
Adam Tamsett, general manager at intu Broadmarsh, said: “The addition of a food outlet within BHS is something completely new for intu Broadmarsh and something we are very excited about arriving here.”
The BHS Food Store is now open to the public.
Jo Carrotte, store manager at BHS, said: “I think the new food store is going to be a really welcome addition to the centre. There’s nothing like this at intu Broadmarsh at the moment, and I’m sure that it will help to draw people into the store and centre.”
The new food store is accessible via the BHS main entrance on Lister Gate Square and from Collin Street.