Home Bargains set to open Hyde store

WORK is under way ahead of the opening of a new Home Bargains store in Hyde town centre.

The Quality Save shop on Clarendon Street, which closed recently, will be rebranded ahead of welcoming customers back through the doors.

Work is underway at the former Quality Save store in Hyde town centre. Image GGC Media

It was announced last year that discount retail giant Home Bargains had taken over Quality Save, which was supplied by TJ Morris Ltd – the owners of Home Bargains.

When the Hyde store does open, shoppers may not notice much difference as the stores have similar coloured branding and sell similar products, such as homewares, toiletries, electronics and toys.

Scaffolding is currently up at the site and more details about the store – including an opening date – will be confirmed in due course.

It will become the third Home Bargains store in Tameside, after the two currently in Ashton-under-Lyne – based at the Ladysmith Shopping Centre and Snipe Retail Park respectively. There is also a shop in nearby Glossop.

2 Replies to “Home Bargains set to open Hyde store”

  1. I’m chuffed that the store will reopen as Home Bargains in Hyde but a little disappointed that the old “Supermarket” sign on the side of the building has been removed. That was a piece of Hyde’s history. It used to be lit up red and could be seen from Werneth Low.
    Put it back!

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