Charity launch for Tesco village store
A new Tesco Extra supermarket is opening at the north Norfolk village of Mundesley on Friday.
And the shop will mark its arrival with a £500 donation to the Mundesley Youth and Community Group - a blend of young people, parents, police, councillors, residents and businesses which has been working with the parish council to develop new facilities and services for the community.
A representative from the group will be joined by parish council chairman Christopher West as guests of honour cutting the ribbon at the new store - a converted and enlarged former shop on the Cromer Road.
The doors will be opened by store manager Phil Whitling at 8am on Friday February 15, with the official opening at 10.30am.
Eighteen full and part time jobs have been created at the store, selected from 110 applicants.
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Opening hours will be seven days a week from 6am until 11pm.
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