Come along and see the changes we've made to our new-look store
We’ve reopened the doors of Asda Living Crown Point in the centre of Leeds after a big makeover aimed at making your shopping trip easier and more enjoyable.
Former patients of Leeds Children’s Hospital cut the ribbon and declared the new-look store open for business. We donated £250 to the building of a distraction ward at the hospital – its appeal coordinator Stephanie Burland also joined us (she’s pictured above in the teddy costume).
The changes to the store – based on lots of feedback from customers – include a completely new layout, with related products such as kids’ stuff all in one area, and more exciting displays of products.
We’ve also got a new cafe with a fun children’s play area and a brand new menu with more hot food – as well as an improved selection for children!
Store manager Kim Ashley said: "I’d like to thank Stephanie and the children for helping us unveil our new look – we’re delighted to be able to support the children’s hospital.
“The reason we made our changes is that we’ve talked extensively to our customers here in Leeds and the message was loud and clear that they love what we offer – they just want more of it, presented in a better way. This transformation means we’re providing a totally different feel to the Asda Living experience. Asda Living is seen as being really important for mums locally and so we want to make it the best for them and for families generally.”
Pop in and see for yourself – we’d love to hear what you think of it!