Aldi Store in North Wales Undergoes Revamp, Closed for a Week

An Aldi store in North Wales is currently closed for a week for a revamp of the site. The temporary closure of the Rhuddlan supermarket began on Sunday and is scheduled to reopen on Friday, June 14. A team will be working diligently throughout the week to carry out the refurbishment.

Aldi has stated that the upgrades being made will result in an all-round better shopping experience and a more sustainable store. Some of the changes include increased chiller space, complete with new fridge doors to reduce energy consumption. Additionally, there will be additional room for Specialbuys and redesigned health and beauty and bakery sections for a modernized look.

The store currently employs 26 colleagues, and Aldi has mentioned that the refurbishment will also create additional job opportunities. Store Manager Jason Quinton expressed his excitement about the revamp, stating, “The store is looking fantastic, and we are really looking forward to welcoming back some familiar faces as well as new customers and supplying our local community with the everyday amazing products we have available.”

The Aldi store in Rhuddlan originally opened its doors in 2017. During the closure, the nearest Aldi location can be found at Marina Quay in Rhyl.