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Description of Prezzo - SwadlincoteServing irresistible Italian cuisine in casual, friendly surroundings, Prezzo uses only the finest seasonal ingredients to create their award-winning pizzas, as well as other dishes prepared with produce sourced directly from Italy, all at prices that emphasise great value for money. Situated in prime and appealing settings throughout London and the UK, Prezzo's chic, contemporary restaurants are often housed within historic buildings or buildings of local interest. Back in August, I took the opportunity to undertake another such jaunt, bringing in 11 former Woolies sites in Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Leicestershire and Derbyshire. Of those, four are sites that Woolies occupied, and vacated, way before its collapse into administration.
My journey started in Tamworth, where the old Woolworths store (#508) – now Home Bargains – has featured in this blog several times before. Next stop was the attractive Warwickshire market town of Atherstone, where the Woolworths store in Long Street closed down many years before the chain’s eventual collapse. A few miles down the road, the 24,000 sq ft former Woolies site in Nuneaton (#227) – facing Queens Road but also attached to the Ropewalk Shopping Centre – was in the process of being refurbished by TJ Hughes, ahead of its opening in October. However, the town’s original Woolworths building is a little further down the street, facing the Market Square, and is now occupied by Superdrug.
No jaunt in search of old Woolies is complete without a store that has been taken over by B&M Bargains, and the Leicestershire town of Hinckley was able to oblige in this case.
However, the original Woolworths in Leicester city centre was around the corner in Gallowtree Gate.
A few miles from Leicester, Coalville’s Woolies in Belvoir Road (#474) was still empty (and as far as I’m aware remains so), though a sign claimed that the premises were ‘under offer’.
A few miles away, Ashby-de-la-Zouch is quite like Atherstone in being a highly appealing market town where most of its shops are strung out along one long street.
As the shot above shows, work was well progressed, with all the shelving in place and me captured for posterity on the already-installed CCTV, but without any Alworths signage as yet.
Swadlincote was intended to my last Woolies stop ahead of catching the train back from Burton upon Trent to Tamworth, having already photographed Burton’s Woolies in Coopers Square the last time I embarked upon a tour of the Midlands.
As it happens, however, the bus from Swadlincote dropped me off outside the service entrance of the old Burton Woolworths (#147), where I was fascinated to spot a very old ‘Woolworth’ sign – in the singular, rather than the more usual plural.
Just like the archaic WHSmith logo that I happened upon in Redcar, it’s an interesting example of a retailer rebranding but forgetting – or just not bothering – to update the logo ‘round the back’.
About this blogSoult's Retail View is a blog by me, Graham Soult, taking a wide-ranging look at the UK retail industry.


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Swadlincote, past the depot built on made-up land adjacent to the Goods Yard and Passenger Station.
The cars were in Crimson Lake and a white livery with ornate gold panelled lining and Midland crest.
These particulars have been produced in good faith but total accuracy cannot be guaranteed. A rare and desirable opportunity for you to own a block of valuable strategic land on the edge of the M25 and just 19 miles from Central London. An opportunity for you to own a parcel of lush grazing land or mature woodland within a much sought after area of Surrey. Whatever the location though, Prezzo consistently offers an outstanding venue perfect for informal dining, business meetings, parties and other celebrations, aided by the charming and welcoming staff. Of the other seven, it’s notable that only one showed no sign of being taken over by another retailer. It was only in 1968-70 that the property took the form that we see today, the original store redeveloped along with adjoining properties that Woolworths had acquired.
The store’s number in the Woolies pecking order (#661) suggests that it opened in 1936, and the design certainly fits with that period.
In fact, Nuneaton’s Woolies occupied that site for almost forty years, opening on 31 July 1926 before relocating to the new site on 5 June 1964. That property, if I’ve identified it correctly, is now occupied in part by Currys and Peacocks. That store (#49) opened in June 1915, was redeveloped in 1965, and was sold to Bhs in the early 1980s. Purportedly covering over 24,000 sq ft, the property is evidently much larger than it appears from the frontage, and it will be interesting to see who the new occupant is, if and when they ever arrive. Further along the High Street, however, the old Woolies (#567) was being fitted out ready for Alworths to open up on 8 September. Officially, the retailer referred to itself as Woolworth (or F W Woolworth) for much of its lifetime, with the chain only being branded as Woolworths (in the plural) from the mid 1980s onwards. However, it’s also the kind of unexpected retail detail that makes visits like this one rather fun.


The property is well situated with a cul-de-sac position; benefits from gas fired central heating, double-glazing, and boast a wealth of character features. By ticking the box you are enabling UK Land Directory to contact you with information about land and property for sale in the UK, including land and property for sale by third parties and to share your information with selected third parties to allow them to contact you about opportunities to buy land and property in the UK. This simple action stops the enquiry form being exploited by automated systems and 'spammers'.
Vantage Land sells land from 2 acres in size as a tangible investment asset that could be used for paddocks, farming or recreational purposes. Entrance to the lots has been greatly improved with a newly installed gated entrance, set back from the road providing easier & safer access. Totalling over 15 acres this attractive site is available as a whole or in lots which are characterised by lush rolling pasture land perfect for grazing or paddock conversion. Incidentally, the imposing property with the gable next door – currently housing Eastex and Dash – also has some historical significance retail-wise, as the town’s original Boots store. With the nearby Belvoir Shopping Centre apparently set for redevelopment[broken link removed], it’s always possible that the new tenant could be a relocation from there. Rather like the store in Alfreton, the property is a slightly incongruous amalgamation of two separate buildings, the original purpose-built Woolies evidently having been extended at some point into the shop next door. This means that the sign remaining at Burton probably dates from when the store first opened on that site, in 1982, taking over a unit that had previously been Sainsbury’s.
The accommodation comprises reception hall, incredible lounge, impressive farmhouse style kitchen, utility room, four bedrooms, en-suite shower room (with full-body shower) and family bathrooms with shower cubicle.
Purchasers should verify availability and any detail of importance prior to viewing and purchase. 26 acres of beautiful, flat pasture land and a large secluded lake surrounded by broadleaf mature woodland. The site is surrounded by dense residential housing and may accordingly be considered to benefit from some considerable 'hope-value' for future development.



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