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Wignall’s showroom officially opened on Wolborough Street

NEWTON Abbot Mayor Cllr Mike Ryan officially opened Wignall’s new showroom after it has successfully completed the renovation of the old lighting shop at the entrance to the town centre.

The Mayor presented Wignall’s with a certificate to celebrate the new showroom and a coin of the realm for good luck with the venture. Following the opening The Mayor and shoppers were treated to Prosecco and Canapes throughout the day as they explored the huge array of kitchen and bathroom room sets, spread over two floors at the new premises in Wolborough Street.

Charlotte Wignall said: “Never wanting to sit back while the town is redeveloped around us, we, have taken on the challenge of updating the old lighting shop and given it a fresh new image. Something we hope everyone will be proud of at the entrance of the town centre.


“Many visitors dropped in to join the celebrations and couldn’t fail to be inspired and wowed by the collection of fabulous contemporary and traditional interiors.

“Many had been getting sneak previews as they waited at the traffic lights over the past few weeks so were keen to come in and see the finished look, and none were disappointed.” Wignall’s has been trading since 1998 specialising in bespoke laminated joinery to contractors, designers and architects across the country. Working from a simple sketch or a detailed colour drawing, it is well used to manufacturing modern sculptural pieces outside standard specification using best quality fixtures and fittings and delivering the highest standard joinery and laminating.

In 2011, it opened the kitchen and bathroom showroom bringing the same quality and unique designs to use in the home, offering a full design service from concept to finished installation it prides itself on making beautiful kitchens and bathrooms to make beautiful homes.






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