12:44PM, Monday 14 April 2014
The opening of a new supermarket in Maidenhead from budget German chain Lidl has been pushed back.
The firm was targeting a May date to open its newest store, which is part of a £4.5m development in Stafferton Way on the former Target Ford site.
The opening has been pushed back until the end of June, but an exact date has yet to be confirmed.
Storage firm Lok'nStore, which is also part of the development, welcomed its first customer in December.
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