Archers complete the electrical install for John Bell & Croyden’s Opening Night
Richard E. Grant attends as Royal Pharmacist John Bell & Croyden re-opens its Wigmore Street store as London’s finest health, wellbeing and beauty emporium. National treasure Richard E Grant celebrated the £4 million pound re-launch of Royal Pharmacist to the Queen John Bell & Croyden’s Wigmore Street store. For over 200 years, John Bell & Croyden has been a beacon of excellence as a pharmacy offering over 12,000 products showcasing Best of British and international brands across health, beauty and wellbeing. Richard E Grant says, ‘One of my favourite things about London is it’s best kept secrets, and John Bell & Croyden is one of mine. Being part of the relaunch is being part of a moment in time, as the newly designed flagship store brings this landmark British institution to a new generation of shoppers. I would encourage everyone, Londoners and visitors alike to come to the capital and discover John Bell & Croyden at this exciting time’. Cormac Tobin, Managing Director, Celesio who own John Bell & Croyden says, ‘Today marks a new era in the history of John Bell & Croyden, and a celebration of a truly British institution as relevant to shoppers today as when doors first opened in 1798. We have sought to preserve the heritage and history of the store, whilst bringing the pharmacy into the 21st century with an enjoyable and relaxing shopping environment’. The event took place on September 22, 2015 in London.