Supermarket bags new jobs
Supermarket giant Aldi has reopened two stores in Lincolnshire, creating 12 jobs.
The layout and design of the premises in Sleaford and Boston have been overhauled.
During the refurbishments, retail space was increased from 760sqm to 960sqm at the Sleaford site and from 760sqm to 990sqm in Boston.
The Sleaford store will be served by 72 customer parking spaces and Aldi claims shoppers will find a range of more than 1,400 product lines.
An official opening of the Mareham Lane shop took place on Thursday, August 23.
Before the ceremony, area manager Alex Glyn said: "After weeks of preparation, we're ready to welcome customers into our new-look Aldi store, one of several open across Lincolnshire.
"The team and I are really looking forward to reopening the doors and showcasing the new layout and design."
The Boston store opened again on Thursday, August 16.
To celebrate the reopenings, the first 100 customers in the queue received a golden envelope containing a ticket to win prizes, such as TVs and a multi-media micro system.
The company also launched its Specialbuys days at both sites.
Every Thursday and Sunday, Aldi is offering customers savings on a range of electrical and household products.
It is also claimed customers will be able to benefit from Aldi's "Super 6" fruit and vegetables promotion every month.
Headquartered in Germany, the supermarket chain has about 420 stores in the UK