The reopening date of a revamped Co-op store in Calverton has been confirmed.
The village store on Collyer Road will again welcome shoppers from tomorrow (23) following an eight-week programme of improvements.
The near 2,400 sq ft store will now have hot food, an in-store bakery and Costa coffee dispenser.
A click and collect of groceries service will also be available through the retailer’s online shop – shop.coop.co.uk.
A free cash machine (ATM) is available to provide access to cash in the community and, parcel collection services will be offered through Amazon and DPD.
This sits alongside an enhanced focus on fresh, healthy and chilled products, food-to-go, Fairtrade products, chilled beers and award-winning wines, ready meals, pizzas and vegan and plant-based products.
A soft plastic recycle unit will also be available in store so the community can recycle ‘soft plastics’ including: crisp packets and bread bags, lids from ready meals and yogurt pots, biscuit wrappers and, pet food pouches.
Asha Cooper, Manager of Co-op’s Calverton store, said: “The store has a great new look; it has been transformed from floor to ceiling and we are really looking forward to welcoming Members and customers back into their Co-op.
“We’ve worked to develop the range, choice and added services to create a compelling offer to serve and support our community, conveniently. This includes a focus on delivering member-value so that the people who own our business, our members, benefit every time they shop.”