New supermarket opens its doors in Chippy

First in queue, L-R, Judith Hodkinson, Brian and Ursula Holtom, Hazel Hope, Frank Cookson, Paul Lovegrove and Cassandra Wellings. Picture by Dave Fleming. NNL-160303-163126001
First in queue, L-R, Judith Hodkinson, Brian and Ursula Holtom, Hazel Hope, Frank Cookson, Paul Lovegrove and Cassandra Wellings. Picture by Dave Fleming. NNL-160303-163126001

Aldi opened the doors to its new store in Chipping Norton this morning (Thursday) with a special guest appearance from town mayor Mike Tysoe.

The store is located on Banbury Road and has created more than 30 jobs, with the retailer still recruiting for its deputy store manager and store assistant positions.

The new Aldi store in Chipping Norton. Picture by Dave Fleming. NNL-160303-163115001

The new Aldi store in Chipping Norton. Picture by Dave Fleming. NNL-160303-163115001

The store is served by over 70 car parking spaces and features around 1,500 product lines, where customers can expect a wide range of high quality and locally sourced produce.

Andrew Richardson, store manager, said: “We’d like to say a big thank you to everyone that came along this morning to help us celebrate the new store opening.

“We’ve had some really positive feedback from customers, and we look forward to welcoming members of the local community into the store in the coming months.”

The store is open Monday to Saturday from 8am to 10pm and Sundays from 10am-4pm.

For more details visit www.aldi.co.uk