A SHOP which is trying to help customers save “pounds instead of pennies” has welcomed shoppers to its new home after moving into a larger unit at the White Rose Centre in Rhyl.

TEDs opened at the unit previously occupied by Superdrug at the shopping centre for the first time on Saturday (February 3) at 8.30am.

It was previously based at the former site of Topshop, having been open there since the start of November.

Open seven days a week, the store sells essential items at low and affordable prices.

At the Rhyl shop, customers are entitled to 10 per cent off their shopping every time they spend £10 or more.


New Rhyl store aiming to save people ‘pounds instead of pennies’ opens

Keith Preston, who works at the Rhyl store, said: “It's been great seeing everyone’s faces again.

“We are proud and happy that we can help out not only Rhyl’s community, but Prestatyn’s, for people who have low incomes, as we bring cheap and reliable food.

A spokesperson for the White Rose Centre added: “We are delighted that businesses like TEDs can thrive within our centre and grow at such a fast pace.

“Congratulations to all at TEDs, and we wish you continued success at the White Rose Centre.”