09:05AM, Saturday 27 October 2012
Windsor's famous Daniel store in Peascod Street will unveil its new face to the world on Tuesday.
The store opened in 1918. But over the last 18 months a large chunk has been flattened and rebuilt from scratch.
The new shop boasts three storeys. The first floor will host a coffee shop by the window, children's wares and gifts; the ground floor accessories, jewellery, millinery and hosiery; the lower ground floor home wares.
A new Sushi restaurant has already opened and the store will also boast a tailor and dry cleaner on site - creating the ultimate one-stop shop.
There is a huge skylight, floor to ceiling windows and a large mural depicting classic Windsor scenes alongside the escalator.
The new look Daniel opens at 9am. The first customer is promised a special welcome.
Pictured on the escalator are joint managing director Trudy Durkin, director Tony Durkin, lower ground floor manager Katie Joel and assistant project manager Edward Durkin
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