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Aldi unveils plans to open more than 400 new UK stores - will there be one in your area?

ALDI has announced that it is searching for hundreds of sites to build new stores around the UK.

6/18/2021 12:00:00 PM

Aldi unveils plans to open more than 400 new UK stores - will there be one in your area? Aldi UK

ALDI has announced that it is searching for hundreds of sites to build new stores around the UK.

(Image: EXPRESS)Mr Aldridge added: “That’s why, more so than ever, we’re keen to explore all opportunities to open new stores across the country.”Some of the cities Aldi is looking at include Bristol, Oxford, Birmingham, Liverpool, Cardiff, and Edinburgh.

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In other Aldi news, the supermarket is bringing back some of its most popular garden Specialbuys this summer.From June 27, customers will be able to get their hands on the Rattan Effect Corner Sofa and Cover Bundle, and the Wooden Garden Trolley.On July 4, the large hanging egg chair will be on sale for £249.99.

This is similar to the supermarket’s iconic hanging egg chair, but bigger.List of possible new store locations100 sites in the South East, including Brighton, Oxford and Reading71 sites in the South West, including Bristol, Plymouth and Swindon54 sites in the West Midlands, including Birmingham, Warwick and Worcester

61 sites in the East Midlands, including Leicester, Lincoln and Nottingham38 sites in the East of England, including Cambridge, St Albans and Hemel Hampstead50 sites in the North West, including Manchester, Liverpool and Warrington11 sites in the North East, including Durham, Newcastle and Sunderland

35 sites in Yorkshire, including Middlesbrough, Harrogate and Halifax20 sites in Scotland, including Edinburgh, Dumbarton and Shotts30 sites in Wales, including Cardiff, Newport and Swansea Read more: Daily Express »

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