A Welcome Return To Huntingdon
In 2009, M&S reluctantly shut up shop in Huntingdon High Street. Our loyal shoppers have missed having an M&S store on their doorstep. We’ve missed being part of the Huntingdon community. It’s a fantastically traditional market town, with quintessential Englishness, and a rich history dating back to the Anglo-Saxons and Danes.
So we’re delighted to announce that an M&S foodhall will be opening soon in Huntingdon. It will be located at Unit 1A Chequers Court. And our latest new store opening is great news, not only for shoppers from a catchment area of 22,000 people who insist on quality, but also for locals looking for a job that fits in with their lifestyle.
Our new Huntingdon store will be easily accessible. Bus and train stations will be between five and 10 minutes away, depending on the length of your legs! Long-stay car parks are about the same distance.
With 7,800 sq. ft. of space, there will be plenty to satisfy local appetites. We’ll be opening a 24-seat Café, where people can relax and unwind with a coffee, sandwich or hot meal. And an In-store Bakery where we can tempt shoppers with our delicious selection of breads, pastries, cookies and cakes.
You can work in our Café or Bakery, and we are also looking for people to work in Food Operations or as Food Advisors. There is a variety of shifts available so you can fit work around your personal commitments: 6am to 2pm; 7am to 3pm; and 2pm to 10pm. There are also additional Café-only shifts: 8am to 4pm; 9am to 5pm; and 10am to 6pm. Just let us know what suits you!
Store Manager, Jo has been involved in the new store from the start: “I’ve spent a lot of time getting to know the town, getting to know the people, getting to know their shopping patterns. Huntingdon is a great town, it’s a unique town and I’ve been overwhelmed by the sense of community. M&S is very conscious that we will be at the heart of it.”
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