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New Westbury supermarket sets opening date

This entry was posted on Tuesday, June 18th, 2013 at 11:54 am.

ALDIwill be opening their new store in Westbury on Thursday 1st August. 

The store, which is currently under construction in Warminster Road, will be open seven days a week.

Aldi say, “We are delighted to announce that the construction of the new Aldi store in Westbury is well under way,  and we look forward to opening our doors to our new customers on Thursday 1st August. We have received a great deal of support from local people in the build up to the works starting on site and we are all really excited about being part of the Westbury community.

“Westbury has featured on our town requirements list for a new store for many years and we are confident that our discount format will offer the town a genuine alternative, as well as a substantial saving on the cost of the average weekly shop.

“The store will have a five  aisle, 1125 sq metre sales area, and 83 dedicated car parking spaces. The store will open from 8.00am to 9.00pm Monday to Saturday and 10.00am to 4.00pm on Sundays.

“The store will employ a store manager, an assistant store manager and 21 store assistants. All positions have been filled, with the majority of our new team coming from the Westbury area.

“The Aldi name is synonymous with high quality and exceptional value. Our goal is simple: ‘to provide our customers with the products they buy regularly and ensure that those products are of the highest possible quality at guaranteed low prices.’ To put it simply, we offer our customers a smarter way to shop.


“Our day-to-day items cost less because we buy them in great volume. And because we buy them from the same, hand-picked suppliers (whose products are sold under our own labels) we are able to negotiate substantial discounts – savings that we then pass on to our customers. Supermarkets buying ‘big name brands’ can’t do this.

“Many high street supermarkets spend huge sums of money on fancy displays and gimmicks in order to persuade you to buy. We don’t. Our store layouts are simple, so you can find what you need for the kind of prices you want.”