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#639676 - 18th Dec 2011 9:42am First victim of new morrisons n/brighton
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The co op on vittoria rd new brighton is closing down
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#639691 - 18th Dec 2011 10:47am Re: First victim of new morrisons n/brighton [Re: Clive]
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I feel sorry for the people that work there, I would like to give them a big hug, I will also miss their car park as I use it quite a lot whilst taxing vehicles in the post office over the rd.
The local scallies now have nowhere to do their beer runs and the local smackheads will be dissapointed they won't have anywhere to nick their bacon, cheese or coffee from.

I do feel sorry for the elderly residents who can't make it to morrisons, take Mabel for instance, an 86 year old widow, walking stick to help get around, imagine her horror when her local store closes?
She's already seen Victoria rd shops dissapear and be turned into a pisshead and cokehead "come edj ladddj i thinkam ard coz av ad abirra cokeee likeee" zone.
Mabel's had enough, Mabel's going in a home frown

I think now that buildings had its day and will be knocked down.
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#639696 - 18th Dec 2011 11:15am Re: First victim of new morrisons n/brighton [Re: _Ste_]
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Very sorry to hear that.

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#639698 - 18th Dec 2011 11:16am Re: First victim of new morrisons n/brighton [Re: _Ste_]
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Originally Posted By: _Ste_
I feel sorry for the people that work there, I would like to give them a big hug, I will also miss their car park as I use it quite a lot whilst taxing vehicles in the post office over the rd.
The local scallies now have nowhere to do their beer runs and the local smackheads will be dissapointed they won't have anywhere to nick their bacon, cheese or coffee from.

I do feel sorry for the elderly residents who can't make it to morrisons, take Mabel for instance, an 86 year old widow, walking stick to help get around, imagine her horror when her local store closes?
She's already seen Victoria rd shops dissapear and be turned into a pisshead and coke head zone.
I think now that buildings had its day and will be knocked down.


Too true lol

When the Co Op bought somerfield and spent a fortune re-branding that store
the planning applications would have already been approved for morrisons, so , either
Someone didn't look , or didn't care about the possibility of a morrisons near by.

I doubt morrisons has anything to do with the store closing anyway.
Co op are closIng alot of stores that don't break even along with some of their travel agencies.
It's just the way it is........ Still a ball ache if you are employed by them frown

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#639699 - 18th Dec 2011 11:20am Re: First victim of new morrisons n/brighton [Re: Clive]
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Oh dear, this is sad News.
I am somewhat suprised though, as when I am in there it seems as busy as ever.
However, it seems to be a quick decision to make, as Morrisons has only been open around 10 weeks! Naturally in the early period of them being open, people will shop there, it's new!
I feel that the Co-op was pprobably struggling for a while, as it's so expensive and the main reason that locals went in was for the offers and the Lottery.
It may have been handy for Mabel but,they would be ripping her off with their prices.
As I said before,it is sad, redundantcies and an empty shop are not good at all!

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#639701 - 18th Dec 2011 11:23am Re: First victim of new morrisons n/brighton [Re: Clive]
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Bezzy you think that ones dear you want to go in the one in trafalger road omg

The prices in there are revolting, especially since its in an area where most of the population are poor.

Personally I only went in the new Brighton one for salt and ciggies, it's sad to think the Victoria rd area is dissappearing rapidly.
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#639703 - 18th Dec 2011 11:25am Re: First victim of new morrisons n/brighton [Re: _Ste_]
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I would have thought that the prices are fixed in all stores within a certain area Ste,I could be wrong!
Originally Posted By: _Ste_
Bezzy you think that ones dear you want to go in the one in trafalger road omg

The prices in there are revolting, especially since its in an area where most of the population are poor.

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#639704 - 18th Dec 2011 11:27am Re: First victim of new morrisons n/brighton [Re: Bezzymate]
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Even before Morrisons was completed I heard it was closing and is going to become Home Bargains, the parent company T J Morris were advertising for Management staff about 4 months ago

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#639705 - 18th Dec 2011 11:28am Re: First victim of new morrisons n/brighton [Re: ASE71]
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as i said in the other post co,op are a rip off,some items are over £1.50 more? people wnat put up with it anymore,feel sorry for the staff though

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#639706 - 18th Dec 2011 11:28am Re: First victim of new morrisons n/brighton [Re: Bezzymate]
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Originally Posted By: Bezzymate
I would have thought that the prices are fixed in all stores within a certain area Ste,I could be wrong!
Originally Posted By: _Ste_
Bezzy you think that ones dear you want to go in the one in trafalger road omg

The prices in there are revolting, especially since its in an area where most of the population are poor.


That's what I thought, unless I'm wrong and it's not a co op anymore.
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#639707 - 18th Dec 2011 11:32am Re: First victim of new morrisons n/brighton [Re: Clive]
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Have you done a price comparison Ste? Take the price of six everyday items in NB and then razz down to Egeremont and do a check there.Post the results for all to see please.Thankyou. Lol

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#639708 - 18th Dec 2011 11:36am Re: First victim of new morrisons n/brighton [Re: Bezzymate]
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Originally Posted By: Bezzymate
Take the price of six everyday items in NB and then razz down to Egeremont and do a check there.Post the results for all to see please.Thankyou. Lol


That is your mission should you choose to accept it...... Tick ..... Tick


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#639710 - 18th Dec 2011 11:40am Re: First victim of new morrisons n/brighton [Re: Clive]
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I think he's gone. Lol

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#639716 - 18th Dec 2011 12:04pm Re: First victim of new morrisons n/brighton [Re: Lil_bird]
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Originally Posted By: PJH1612
Even before Morrisons was completed I heard it was closing and is going to become Home Bargains, the parent company T J Morris were advertising for Management staff about 4 months ago
i carnt see it becoming home and bargain, as there is one less than 5 mins away
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#639760 - 18th Dec 2011 1:27pm Re: First victim of new morrisons n/brighton [Re: Clive]
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B&M anyone?

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