Check out the new Co-op store just opened in Oxfordshire

A new Co-op store opened last week at Brize Meadow estate in Brize Norton <i>(Image: Midlands Co-operative Society)</i>
A new Co-op store opened last week at Brize Meadow estate in Brize Norton (Image: Midlands Co-operative Society)

A new Co-op food store opened its doors last week.

The convenience store on the new Brize Meadow housing estate in Brize Norton was declared open with a ribbon cutting on Thursday (16/3).

The store will sell grocery items, from fruit and vegetables, fresh meat and flowers to a range of wines, spirits and chilled beers.

It will also have a Costa Coffee machine, an ATM, National Lottery and PayPoint terminals, an in-store bakery as well as offering a chilled food-to-go range and a variety of COOK frozen ready meals.

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Allocated customer car parking will be available, including two electric vehicle charging points.

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The store's opening hours will be 7am to 10pm every day throughout the week.

As part of the Co-op's commitment to supporting the local community, a food bank collection point for the Carterton Food Bank will also be available.

The Midcounties Co-operative has invested £510,000 in the creating the new store which will create 15 jobs.

Greg Ward, store manager at Your Co-op Food, said: “We’re so excited to be opening the doors of our brand-new Brize Meadow convenience store.

“It’s great to be investing in the local area, bringing more jobs as well serving and supporting the local community.

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"We’re really looking forward to welcoming members and customers, and I’m sure they’ll be impressed with the wide range of products and services we have on offer.”

Bloor Homes has recently applied to West Oxfordshire District Council to build 99 homes, including 35 affordable homes, at Brize Meadow.

This will be the final phase of the 800-home development off Monahan Way which will eventually have a community centre, primary school, shops and an employment space.


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