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Image of The Day -Lo Cost stores Penzance 1990s

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    Taken during a Mazey Day procession this was the look of what is now Pioneer in Market Jew Street. Then known as Lo Cost in the 1990's. The supermarket originally had a shoe shop next door but acquired the site for a controversial idea of a off license chain. The idea was born by Steffan Barnes, their beer wines and spirits specialist. The scheme sparked a national chain of off licences.
     

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