A history of looking forward

Starting with a single hardware store in 1930, Wilko has grown to become one of the best known and best loved family run businesses on the high street. By constantly innovating and evolving, we now have 375 stores throughout the UK - all of which are committed to bringing our customers unbeatable choice, quality and value. And we continue to look to the future. With our new look stores, improved multichannel offer and revitalised brand; we're ready to take our next step forward

With a focus on high quality, high footfall, high street locations and retail park sites, we're looking to bring our famous choice and value to even more customers.

We're looking for landlords and developers that we can work closely with to create stores we can be proud of - stores that are inviting, comfortable and safe and that provide a range of products, and a shopping experience, good enough to drive footfall to high streets and shopping destinations.

Stores opened in 2013

  • Fulham, Gtr London - Opened Thursday 12th December
    To officially open the store, The Worshipful Mayor of the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, Councillor Frances Stainton, alongside local community hero, Bob Barrett.
  • Hereford, Herefordshire - opened Wednesday 23rd October
    Officially opened by the Right Worshipful the Mayor of Hereford, Councillor Phil Edwards, the Mayoress, Mrs Bobbie Hadley, and players from both Hereford Rugby Club and Hereford United Football Club

Welcome Rotherham Parkgate to the Wilko family!

The opening day celebrations kicked off at 9am Wednesday 9th July, with a ceremonial ribbon cutting led by the Manager of Rotherham United Football Club, Steve Evans, Rotherham United chairman, Tony Stuart, the Mayor of Rotherham, Councillor Barry Dodson, Wilko Chief Financial Officer, Ian Ellis, and store manager, Lewis Smedley.

To help shoppers in Rotherham prepare their homes and gardens ready for summer, free Wilko vouchers were given to the first 100 customers through the doors!

The store has recently appointed The Children's Hospital Charity as its regional charity and will be fundraising for the worthy cause throughout 2014. To get the ball rolling on opening day, the team hosted a 'Wilko Wheel of Fortune' in store, alongside the charity's furry mascot, Theo the Bear, where lucky customers won a variety of DIY and gardening goodies, such as painting materials, seeds and planters.

Welcome Rotherham to the Wilko family!