An M&S store in Bishopbriggs has reopened following a major renovation.

The shop unveiled a brand-new look for customers, with guests of honour Percy Pig and Colin the Caterpillar cutting the ribbon to declare the new-look store officially open on Monday.

Soul Nation a local rock choir performed to customers while they were queuing prior to the opening and throughout the day.

The store renovation comes as part of the M&S recent announcement that it plans to invest £500 million in its stores, creating over 3400 new jobs nationwide.

The Glasgow Times has reported earlier that the Crow Road retail park store reopened last week.

Daniel Grime, Store Manager at M&S Bishopbriggs, said: "Our whole team has been working really hard to deliver this fantastic new look for M&S Bishopbriggs and it’s been great to hear positive feedback from customers as they visit – the new bakery looks to be a firm favourite!

"When you visit the store, you’ll find a new spacious design across our Foodhall with great features like our new M&S Wine Shop and our digital Click & Collect service which are all designed to make shopping with us more enjoyable and more convenient than ever.”