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Sheerness: Poundstretcher brings forward opening date for new High Street store

By Chloe Holmwood

Bargain store Poundstretcher opened its newest store in Sheerness today.

The discount retailer opened in what was Store Twenty One, in the High Street.

The new shop, which includes a pet section, will host a fun day between 10am and 4pm, with a number of opening deals.

10am and the crowds are allowed in at Poundstretcher's new store in Sheerness this morning

10am and the crowds are allowed in at Poundstretcher's new store in Sheerness this morning

The first five customers in line will be able to get a Lithium Upright Vacuum Hoover (RRP £279.99) for just £15; the next 10 customers will be able to grab a faux leather double bed worth £99.99 for just £10; and the next 15 customers will be able to get a glass television stand worth £49.99 for just £5.

After that, the next 175 customers will be able to get a washable rug worth £9.99 for £4.99.

There will also be games, prize giveaways and music on offer throughout the day.

Lee Dolby, area manager, said: "We look forward to offering our customers in Sheerness an extended range of products from branded food, toiletries and homeware.

Queues were forming from 9am outside Poundstretcher's new store in Sheerness

Queues were forming from 9am outside Poundstretcher's new store in Sheerness

"The team is working hard to deliver an outstanding shopping experience for our new customers with great service and an enjoyable shopping environment.

"We are expecting massive queues for our Opening Day Only Specials, so come early to catch the bargains."

Poundstretcher was established in 1981 and now has more than 400 stores across the country.

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