This is how the old Co-op store in Hinckley looks as new tenants prepare to move in. The Castle Street business shut for good around two years ago and has been vacant ever since. With rumours about possible tenants including Primark, and suggestions it may be converted into flats, the council stepped in and bought it in 2016. Now it's set to be taken over by Cut Price Suites, currently based in Leicester.
Two people have told how a knifeman stabbed a man outside an Accident and Emergency department this morning then attacked patients and staff inside the unit. An eyewitness, who was waiting in a wheelchair to be treated, said he saw a young man in a hoodie storm into the unit at Leicester Royal Infirmary brandishing a large knife at about 2am. The injured man, who does not want to be named, said the man then threw the knife at a nurse before smashing a monitor over the head of an elderly man.
The new tenant of Hinckley’s former Co-op has taken possession of the building and is preparing to open the doors early next month. Family-run Cut Price Suites announced in December they were taking over the Castle Street building in a bid to expand their business which is currently based in Leicester. As they took control of the building, Paul and Sue Gardner, from Hinckley District Past and Present, managed to get a peek inside and revealed a cafe within the store was due to be retained.
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