A LARGE supermarket in Beaconsfield will be closed for a week in November as they extend the store as part of revamp plans.
Work on the extension at the Sainsbury’s store in Maxwell Road, will start on Monday, August 4, and is likely to be completed in November.
The store is expected to close for one week prior to the re-launch.
A new Starbucks store and an Explore Learning area will be included in the refurbishment and there will also be an overhaul of the shops interior with a new in-store bakery and pharmacy to be included.
Sainsbury’s project manager, Dave Gilderdale said: “We have been keen to create a much more modern and attractive store in Beaconsfield for some time and are delighted to now be able to start works to offer customers a revamped store.
“The store updates feature a new bakery, fresh food counters and pharmacy together with a new Starbucks and Explore Learning.
“There will also be changes to create a lighter and more airy environment inside the store, which I am sure visitors will welcome.”
Plans will also see new fresh food counters built as well as new customer facilities and updated lighting.
The car park will also be improved and resurfaced.