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builder Sonnie Charman in 1949. At the time, it had a petrol forecourt and a garage repair workshop and it also sold cars.


Son Norman took over the business and remains an owner and director of the company, which is now run by his son, David, with his sister Sue and her partner Martin.


Over the years, the biggest change has been to the shop itself. Starting as a tiny kiosk, it grew into a small shop which was extended several times.


But in 2013, the family house on the site was demolished to allow the


current modern convenience store with its own butchery and bakery.


Ever ambitious, Parkfoot has been aiming to offer a local click and collect and, ultimately, a delivery service.


Parkfoot successfully introduced an online ordering service in recent years for Christmas turkey and butchery demand. It is currently developing an all-year-round offer, the Covid-19 providing the necessary stimulus.


Parkfoot’s online store guarantees next day delivery and customers can order a further day in advance.


One of the main reasons for Parkfoot’s success is that it is always


Parkfoot


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Parkfoot Award Winning convenience store Parkfoot was bought by local


evolving – testing and investing in new ideas. If it works, the store adapts to fit it in and consulting customers for their experiences.


Parkfoot remains responsive to the needs of the local community as they evolve and develop. They also aim to lead the way with exciting innovations (a butchery at a garage?!) that not only work, but become hugely popular and often award-winning.


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