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Tesco stores to include Homebase goods

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Tesco and Homebase have teamed up so customers can pick up DIY and gardening items on their weekly grocery shop.

Homebase products such as paint, power tools, furniture, garden decorations and hardware will be stocked at Tesco stores across the country.

And Tesco grocery shoppers will also able to view kitchen, bathroom and lighting displays while in store.

The first store will open in Borehamwood tomorrow, followed by Walkden and Woolwich in April.

Unfortunately, shoppers won’t be able to collect Tesco Clubcard points on Homebase items, it has confirmed.

Homebase said a team of its experts will be on hand in each shop to help customers, and the new stores will also run a click and collect service where Homebase orders can be collected within an hour.

Damian McGloughlin, CEO Homebase, said: “We’re really excited to be partnering with Tesco, bringing our home and garden products and expertise to even more local communities. We’re always looking for ways to make it easier for customers to shop with us and teaming up with Tesco means we’re able to do just that.”

The move follows Homebase’ tie-up with Next which saw eight garden centres open in the clothing stores last year, with a further three pop-ups having opened this month.

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