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Co-operative Travel unveils new-look store in Kidlington

Co-operative Travel has unveiled a new-look branch in Kidlington, Oxfordshire which saw the overhaul of the travel agency and it’s neighbouring Co-operative Food store last month.

The refurbishment has given the Kidlington store a fresh feel with modern furnishings such as new modular window displays, all designed based on customer feedback.

The branch is dual-accessible, via both the food store and the high street, aimed at higher footfall and more collaborative working between the food and travel divisions.

The store is managed by Zoe Tiscornia and her team of four travel experts. 

Zoe Tiscornia branch manager, Co-operative Travel Kidlington, said: “We’re delighted with our new look. As a co-operative, making a difference to the local community is a huge priority for us and we’re thrilled to be able to offer our customers a fresh, new travel agency, where they can come to plan and book their next getaway as well as pick up all their holiday essentials”

“We were named ‘Central England Large Agency of the Year’ for the sixth consecutive year in 2018 thanks to our extensive offering, and to have a stylish, new-look for 2019, is the icing on the cake.”


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