THE FORMER Kwik Save supermarket in Boston is set to be taken on by budget chain B&M Bargains.
The move has been rumoured in the town for several weeks and a source has now confirmed to The Standard that this will be the case.
B&M is a cut-priced retail chain that sells food, toiletries and household goods as well as soft furnishings, toys, homewares and seasonal goods.
The supermarket site is owned by Tesco and has been empty since Kwik Save shut in 2007.
Work is currently underway at the building, off West Street, to prepare it for B&M’s arrival.