An Aldi supermarket in a Lancashire town has reopened today after undergoing a major renovation to give it a fresh new look.

The store's doors were back open to customers today (Novembr 24) at 8am with shoppers able to get their hands on Aldi's wide range of quality produce once again.

The 973 sq/m store in Clifton Drive North, Lytham St Anne's, now has a more customer-focused layout so shoppers can find their favourite products more easily and also have a peek at new releases.

The store closed for renovations as part of Aldi's £600 million scheme to upgrade its stores across the country as part of Project Fresh.

While the building has got no bigger, there is increased shopping space with areas dedicated to fresh British meat, fish and poultry, a wide array of fresh fruit and vegetables, health and beauty products, award-winning beers, wines and spirits, babycare products and an improved Food to Go section.

Lancashire Telegraph:

The new design is intended to make shopping easier for customers, and there is more space and improved signage, as well as a tweaked layout which just makes sense for shoppers.

Fresh bread and cakes are now on the last aisle so they don't get squashed and the freezer section has been upgraded to make it easier to browse.

And don't worry, the Special Buys section remains, with new offerings every Thursday and Sunday, as well as the new Aldi Christmas range.

Lancashire Telegraph:

Steve Savage, store managerin Lytham, said: “The store is looking fantastic, and we can’t wait to welcome our loyal customers back so they can see it for themselves.

"We’re committed to making sure that the shopping experience each customer enjoys in our stores is on a par with the products and service they’re used to.” 

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

It employs 25 people and the refurbishment has created more job opportunities in the town.