04:07AM, Friday 13 September 2013
A Co-operative food store in Shifford Crescent has undergone a £480,000 transformation to create a new shopping experience for customers.
Store chiefs say it has been redesigned around an 'appreciation of good food, wine and modern cuisine'.
As part of the revamp customers will have improved ranges of fresh and chilled produce and a wider choice of ready meals, while an ATM cash machine has also been installed.
The Maidenhead store will reopen its doors following the extensive refurbishment on Thursday, September 19.
Visit www.co-operative.coop for more details.
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