The Forfar Tesco store has been transformed to offer customers some exciting new ranges.
The store asked customers what could be improved and received some valuable feedback.
Calum Telford, store manager, said: “My staff and I are really excited to see the changes, and have been looking forward to welcoming customers into a fresher store.”
There is a much larger clothing range featuring clothing for men, women and children, as well as shoes and accessories for all the family.
All departments have been improved including fresh food counters, plus the fruit and veg ranges have be extended and moved to a larger space at the front of the store.
Customers will also see improvements outside, as the car park will be re surfaced and re lined and will feature clearer signage and new trolleys.
The store re-opened on Monday, October 31, and as part of the re-launch celebrations Calum and his team presented Forfar Guide Dogs with a £1,000 donation.
Alis Atagan, Guide Dogs District Fundraiser for North of Scotland, said: “We are delighted to be receiving such a generous donation from Tesco.”
Calum added: “We apologise for any inconvenience caused during our store closure, but this has been necessary in order to complete the improvements.
“My team and I can’t wait to continue to offer our customers the best service possible.”
The store is be open from 6am to midnight on Monday to Friday, 6am to 10pm on Saturdays and 8am to 8pm on Sundays.