Sherwood Forest ParcMarket reveal

Take a look around our brand new ParcMarket now open at Sherwood Forest.

Both the inside and outside have had an update
Both the inside and outside have had an update
Don't forget to pop by and see what's new!
Don't forget to pop by and see what's new!
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Both the inside and outside have had an update
Both the inside and outside have had an update
Don't forget to pop by and see what's new!
Don't forget to pop by and see what's new!

If you’ve visited Sherwood Forest over the past few weeks, you may have noticed we’ve been busy putting the ‘super’ back in our supermarket.

While the pop-up shop at The Venue has been up and running, our team of experts were working behind the scenes to give ParcMarket some TLC and a modern new look.

We asked Nick Martin, Group Retail Operations Manager, what you can expect from the new ParcMarket, open today at Sherwood Forest.

He told us: “The makeover has made ParcMarket look like a completely new store – everything from the floor tiles to the light fittings are brand new. We’ve retained everything our guests love about ParcMarket, such as the bakery, while introducing a few new features such as an olive bar.

“Overall, the work at Sherwood Forest’s ParcMarket has updated the store, which now looks more modern inside and out.”

So, gone are the days of our pop-up shop in The Venue; ParcMarket is up and running again in its usual place, in the heart of the Village Square. We’d like to thank all guests for their patience while during this time and we hope you all like the new ParcMarket look as much as we do. Don’t forget to pop in to take a look!

 

Take a look at a range of stores that are available at all our Center Parcs Villages.

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  • Carolyn Price

    We recently visited Sherwood and was disappointed with the lack of choice in the parc market. It did look smart but the food range was not as good as previous years. Although there was a variety of cupboard goods, I personally think that the fresh produce has less choice. I felt that centerparcs was pushing families to eat out and that was expensive for us as I have a big family.

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