As many of our community are aware, we've recently had a shop refurbishment! Making the shop a much more open environment and having an inviting atmosphere as well as getting brand new flooring. Take a look at the images below to have a look at the new improvements we've made to the shop.
One customer told us: "The new shop looks lovely and it's a lot more open and inviting and I love the new flooring, must be easier to clean. There's a lot more light and it feels a lot more open."
Another said: "I really love it. It feels a lot more spacious. It feels much more like a community setting with a wide space and sunlight through the windows."
Sally, one of our Sustainability Ambassadors who headed the shop refurbishment had this to say about her experience with the shop and her reasons behind the shop change:
"Our main reason for the changes to our Community Hub which consists of a Community Space, Social Supermarket and Pay as you Feel Shop was to make it more accessible to the community. I believe that this makes it a lot more inviting and allows for more space in the shop itself, making it look much better, with the space allowing for more storage for food that is available to customers. The new unique shopping experience of Make It Happen generally feels improved; feeling a lot more organised."
Additionally; we've had a bit of rearranging of the shop itself in terms of having more storage space for the food and clothing that is available for the customers as well as the wider space being more accessible for our customers, feeling a lot cleaner and more organised.
We're hoping the wider community is enjoying the new look shop and that it allows for an improved unique shopping experience at Make It Happen. Thank you for all your on-going support and love and let's continue and Make It Happen!
Thank you to WRAP, the Waste Resource Action Programme, who specialize in re-inventing how they design, produce and sell products as well as how we use and consume products as well as what is possible though reuse and recycling and Liverpool City Region Care Grants. Wirral Borough Council Food and Essentials Grant for helping to Make this Happen.