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Froch opens Frank Key’s new Sheffield branch

Former world boxing champion Carl Froch MBE officially opened the newly-refurbished Sheffield branch of independent builders merchant Frank Key this morning (September 9).

The Nunnery Drive branch of Frank Key Building Supplies in Park Hill, Sheffield has undergone a £250,000 investment, including a complete internal and external refit. Froch was joined by Terry Fox, Councillor for Sheffield’s Manor Castle ward, at the official ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Chris Cunliffe, Chairman, Frank Key Group, says: “Our Sheffield branch is the standard on which all future Frank Key Building Supplies branches will be modelled. We have consolidated everything under one roof so that our trade and retail customers can find what they need, when they need it. Customers will also notice a fresh, clean environment, increased stock levels, new ranges of everything from electricals and plumbing to paints and general building supplies, plus our new Plant and Tool Hire offer.

Carl Froch (centre) with Frank Key owner Robert Sansom (left) and group managing director James Norton (right).


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Fiona Russell-Horne
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