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Next in Chesterfield is to undergo an exciting transformation.

The Ravenside Retail Park store will open its doors on Thursday to reveal a bigger and better offering for customers.

A spokesman for Next said: “We’re so excited – you’ll be blown away by the newness.

“By extending into the former JJB, this store will now offer what our customers have been asking for.

“There will be lots of changes, not just with the new products, but also to the store itself.”

The biggest change will be the children’s department, growing more than double in size with more products for both boys and girls.

Womenswear will have a brand new glamorous shoe room, with all the latest loafers, heels and sandals.

Staff from Next will give away 100 home goodie bags to the first 100 customers who spend £20 or more on the opening day.

The spokesman added: “If you’re unsure where Next sits on Ravenside Retail Park, you won’t have a problem finding it.

“The outside of the store has transformed making it the standout gem on the retail park.

“A wall of glass captivates the eyes and draws you in for not just shopping but a Costa Coffee too – an ideal place to meet, relax and partake with your favourite hot drink.”

Next was founded by Joseph Hepworth in Leeds in 1864.

It has about 700 stores across the UK, Ireland, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

The firm is one the UK’s biggest clothing retailers.

For more information about Next, call the Ravenside Retail Park store on 0844 8445317.

Alternatively, visit www.next.co.uk

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