Lincolnshire Co-op is investing £120,000 to relocate its Grantham Travel branch to the town centre.

The current branch, in Downtown Garden Centre in Great Gonerby, is on the edge of the town centre. It will re-open on the town’s high street on March 26.

The new shop will have five desks and a bureau de change, as well as a ceiling-mounted world map, hot drink facilities and a customer seating area.

An official opening is planned next week when the agency will also make donations of £250 to two local charities.

Lincolnshire Co-op’s Travel Group Manager Wayne Dennett said: “Our Grantham Travel branch has been based at Downtown Garden Centre in Gonerby Moor for over five years. It’s a popular place to visit and has been a fantastic location for us, however an opportunity to bring the team’s valued services to Grantham High Street was too good to resist.

“We’re excited to be refitting the unit and creating a new home for the branch. Its travel-themed touches will make it a stylish and relaxing place to talk through destinations and get advice on breaks, browse brochures and soak up inspiration for your next trip away.”

The group recently relocated its one of its Lincoln branches in a £300,000 investment.

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