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From outside to in, Deichmann is moving into County Mall

Massive refurbishment as the store moves location.

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Photos shows the new Deichmann store in Eastbourne.

The shoe retailer who has been located in the Queens Sq is to move their store out of the cold and into the warmth of County Mall.

The retailers new huge 338 metre squared unit is currently undergoing a complete £350k refurbishment to align with the companies brand identity.

The new store is set to have it’s first official day at the new location on the 26th May and are doing lots of offers for those stepping in first including free shoes for the stores first 25 customers!

Claire Jeffrey, Store Manager of Deichmann Crawley, said:

“The transformation that has taken place in our new Crawley store is incredibly exciting. We’re really happy with the look and fit out of the new store and can’t wait to show our loyal customer base, as well as new shoppers.

“The team are looking forward to celebrating the new store on the 26th of May and becoming a well-loved fixture in the County Mall.”

Mark Haynes, centre manager at County Mall Shopping Centre, said: “It’s a very exciting time at County Mall with the arrival of a brand new Deichmann store. We’re always looking to improve our centre and provide customers with more options and new product ranges.

“Deichmann are a great addition to the centre with their range catering to all. We wish the Deichmann team a warm welcome and a successful launch.”

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Crawley Borough Council appoints two new senior managers

Two new senior managers have been appointed at Crawley Borough Council.

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Two new senior managers have been appointed at Crawley Borough Council.

Ian Duke will take on the role of Deputy Chief Executive from 11 June and Simon Jones will become Head of Digital and Transformation on 9 July.

Both roles were subject to a vigorous selection process, which included presentation and panel interviews with officers and councillors.

Ian brings a wide range of experience across several service areas from a number of local authorities over 20 years. He worked at Gosport Borough Council in economic development, inward investment and regeneration programmes before moving to the London Borough of Greenwich to lead on regeneration policy, the London Thames Gateway and external funding. Whilst at Greenwich, Ian delivered a range of government programmes to improve frontline services and outcomes within one of the country’s most disadvantaged neighbourhoods. He took this learning into consultancy supporting local authorities to work with communities to improve services.

For the past five years, Ian has worked at the London Borough of Hounslow and has been responsible for developing the organisational and partnership priorities, translating these into strategy, developing new ways of working, ensuring delivery and supporting transformation ahead of a move into a new civic centre.

Ian said: “I’m delighted to be joining at such an exciting time for the town and the council. The new Town Hall site is an important landmark in the ongoing development of the town centre and is a one-in-a-generation opportunity to rethink how we deliver services for our communities.

“I look forward to working with everyone to ensure that through this development and others, such as the new neighbourhood at Forge Wood, we deliver the benefits that our residents and communities deserve.”

Simon is currently Head of the East Sussex Better Together Alliance Digital Programme.

He was formerly Head of IT for East Sussex County Council and for several years he also led digital/ IT provision for a large London social housing provider. Simon has also been responsible for overseeing numerous transformation programmes.

Councillor Peter Lamb, Leader of Crawley Borough Council, said: “This is an exciting time for Crawley, as we take big steps moving the town and the council forward. To deliver on our aspirations for the town we need a strong team at the Town Hall.

“I’m confident that with Ian and Simon joining the council’s senior management team, we have the right people in the right roles to help build a better future for Crawley.”

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