Wilko launched a massive sale ahead of mass closures on October 8
Alex Simpkin, chief executive of CDS Superstores said; “It’s clear that there’s a huge love for Wilko and we’re proud to confirm we’ll be re-introducing the brand to high streets in Plymouth, Exeter and Luton in the coming weeks.
“We’re also glad to be bringing employment opportunities to these towns and for helping local families and communities have easy access to all the everyday home and garden items they need once again.
"‘This initial rollout is only the beginning for our plans for revitalising the Wilko brand on the nation’s high streets and retail parks, and we’ll be announcing further store launches and re-openings throughout 2024."
The new stores will open just weeks after Wilko pulled down the shutters on its remaining sites on October 8.
Wilko had more than 400 stores
Wilko was forced to close around 400 shops after it tumbled into administration in August.
Rival companies later stepped in to save a number of stores.