A SUPERMARKET giant opens its doors in Frodsham on Monday morning after a multi-million pound makeover.
Morrisons’ new High Street store, which has created 65 jobs in Frodsham, will have an official opening and ribbon cutting at 9am on Monday, by store General Manager Joe Ashton and long-serving colleague Christine Gregory.
Mr Ashton said: “Over the past weeks, the team has been working night and day to ensure that customers enjoy their shopping from day one. Opening the doors and welcoming the shoppers of Frodsham will be the reward for all the training and preparation.”
Employees waiting to start at the store in Frodsham have been receiving top tips and training from experienced staff over the past few weeks.
Jane Varley, head of retail training for Morrisons, said: “We are committed to bringing great customer service and shopkeeping to the people of Frodsham and this thorough training will help us do that.”
The store, which was formerly a Co-op, becomes the second supermarket in the area, along with the Tesco at Mere’s Edge, Helsby, itself creating more jobs with a planned expansion.
Tesco will extend the store by half its size again, incorporating a second-floor cafe and a bistro.