12:14PM, Thursday 01 November 2012
The first shoppers were welcomed through the doors at the new-look Daniel department store that opened on Tuesday.
Valerie Scott and Rosemary Boulton were warmly met by the family store's joint managing director Trudy Durkin, and chairman Peter Daniel at the main entrance in Peascod Street.
The historical shop was opened in 1918, but has undergone an extensive revamp over the last 18 months.
New facilities include a large mural showing off Windsor landmarks, a coffee shop, a Yo Sushi! restaurant and tailor and dry cleaner services.
It will operate on three floors - each with its own colour scheme, and has taken the entire Daniel site shop space from 67,000 sq ft to 80,000.
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