Aldi re-opened the doors to one of its Milton Keynes stores following a refurbishment this mornin (August 4), with a ribbon cutting ceremony performed by Aldi store manager, Anthony Seamarks and representatives from Community Action MK.
Aldi presented Community Action MK with a large cheque donation to support the charity’s social and voluntary activities within the local community.
Representatives from local charity, ‘Emily’s Star’ also attended the opening to raise money whilst helping customers pack their shopping bags.
The store, located on Bradwell Common Boulevard, has 77 car parking spaces and offers customers over 1,500 product lines including fresh produce at everyday low prices and a wide range of weekly ‘Specialbuys’.
Aldi’s ‘Specialbuys’ occur every Thursday and Sunday and offer customers a range of products from sportswear to electrical items
Anthony Seamarks said: “We’d like to thank our customers for their patience while we worked to improve their store. The team and I enjoyed welcoming our loyal customers back into the store, and it was great to see some new faces too.”
The store, located on 5 Bradwell Common Boulevard is officially open.