Aldi of­fers shop­pers sec­ond store

Harefield Gazette - - NEWS -

THE sec­ond Aldi supermarket has opened in Hilling­don bor­ough in six weeks, with a new store open­ing it’s doors in East­cote.

The lat­est shop which opened at Field End Road on Thurs­day last week in a ‘city store’ for­mat, was marked with a rib­bon cut­ting cer­e­mony by new store man­ager, Stephen Jones.

The store comes as part of sig­nif­i­cant ex­pan­sion in the area through­out 2016, re­plac­ing pre­vi­ous food store Bud­gens.

Aldi say the city store is de­signed to ap­peal to the needs of tshop­pers liv­ing and work­ing in and around East­cote.

As well as the in-store bak­ery, it of­fers shop­pers a wider range of ‘Food-toGo’ prod­ucts - per­fect for those pop­ping in for their lunch whilst at work.

Stephen Jones, Aldi Store Man­ager, said: “It was great to meet our new cus­tomers this morn­ing, and we hope they en­joy their new store.

“We’ve had some great feed­back about our open­ing week of­fers, and we look for­ward to meet­ing more cus­tomers in the com­ing months.”

The re­cently opened nearby Aldi in South Ruis­lip, was so in de­mand that traf­fic ‘log­jammed’ as cus­tomers queued up to visit the new store.

Shop­pers can now also ben­e­fit from a wide va­ri­ety of prod­ucts, in­clud­ing a range of fresh pro­duce plus Aldi’s fa­mous weekly ‘Spe­cial­buys’.

‘Spe­cial­buys’ oc­cur ev­ery Thurs­day and Sun­day and of­fer cus­tomers a range of prod­ucts from gardening prod­ucts to elec­tri­cal items of­fer­ing cus­tomers greater shop­ping choice and con­ve­nience.

The store has cre­ated over 60 jobs for mem­bers of the lo­cal com­mu­nity, and Aldi is still look­ing to fill a num­ber of va­can­cies in­clud­ing Deputy Store Man­agers, Store As­sis­tants and Care­tak­ers.

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