Supported by funding from the Royal Bank of Scotland, husband and wife team Kate and Joe Webster - who also own a Neptune store in Southport - have launched the store to satisfy demand in the local area.
The new ‘whole home concept’ store is 7,000 sq ft in total and showcases its entire kitchen collection as well as a selection of its hand-made furniture and home accessories. Six new jobs have been created as a result of the store opening.
Joe said: “We are thrilled that we have been able to expand our business and open a new Neptune store in Chester. We had found that a large number of customers visiting our Southport store came from the area so it made sense for us to make ourselves more accessible to the local community and open up a new store in the town.
“Neptune Chester showcases a wide variety of designs including hand-made kitchens, bathrooms, furniture for indoors and out, and home accessories. We also have a brand new team of experts on hand to offer specialist advice to anyone looking to transform their home.”
Paul Bagan, senior relationship manager at Royal Bank of Scotland said: “I am pleased that we have been able to support Joe and Kate with the opening of their second Neptune franchise. They have achieved great success with their existing business and they are extremely passionate and talented in interior design.
The launch of the new Chester store opens up the Neptune brand to a broader geographic market place and I am confident it will be very popular with the local community.”
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