AN Aldi store in North Berwick has received a facelift as part of a UK-wide investment to improve the shopping experience at all of its stores.

The upgrade comes off the back of feedback from 50,000 customers nationwide, prompting a £600m investment in its stores across the UK.

The store, on Dunbar Road, shut its doors on June 18 to allow the refurbishment to take place.

It will reopen tomorrow at 8am.

Rebecca Fort, store manager, 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 services they’re used to.”

The upgrade includes additional space in the meat and fish aisles, with new areas for health, beauty and baby products.

An upgraded area for Scottish craft beers and cider, with a wide range of wines and spirits will also be available.

Meanwhile, a new and improved Food to Go section will offer fresh sandwiches, salads and sushi and new freezers will make it easier for shoppers to browse.

The fresh bread and bakery section has also been moved.

The new layout is designed to make shopping easier for customers, with the upgraded store now offering more space and clearer signs to enhance the shopping experience.