Aldi re-opened the doors to its Halifax store with a ribbon cutting ceremony performed by the Store Manager, Nicky Probets, and Julia Zander from Lee Mount Primary School.
To celebrate its re-opening, the store has been running a Christmas-themed poster competition with local schools.
The winning design has been printed on a poster and is now being displayed in-store.
In the coming weeks, Aldi will also present a product donation to the Street Angels Café in Halifax to support their Christmas dinner for the homeless in the town.
The store, located on Crossley Retail Park, has been expanded from 760 sqm to 1,018 sqm as a result of increased customer demand in the town.
Aldi Store Manager, Nicky Probets said: “The team and I thoroughly enjoyed welcoming customers back into the store this morning, and it was great to see some familiar faces.
“We look forward to meeting lots of new customers in the coming weeks.”
The store is open Monday to Saturday, 8am to 10pm and Sunday, 10am to 4pm