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Asda Stonecot officially opened its doors recently to 200 eager customers, who queued to enter the store at its Stonecot Hill location.

The opening was officiated by the Mayor of Sutton, Councillor Muhammad Sadiq and Stonecot local and Mum in a Million winner, Eve Cole, who cut the ribbon at the 7,500 sq ft store alongside its manager, Andrew Marsh and his colleagues.

Customers attending the launch event were treated to free samples and prize giveaways, before making their way inside to see the extensive offering provided by Asda Stonecot. These include a bakery, hot pizza counter and a rotisserie, not to mention the Meals for Tonight selection for those nights when you just don’t have the time to start from scratch. There is also a click and collect service to make picking up the big shop super simple.

2832627Store manager at Stonecot, Andrew Marsh, said: “We’re excited to arrive here in Stonecot and look forward to getting to know the community and our new customers. The store has a focus on convenience whether that be bringing you the big shop via our click and collect service or stocking everything for the midweek top-up.”

“All the colleagues here would like to thank the local community for making us so welcome and for making our launch day a success.”

Asda Stonecot is situated on the junction of Stonecot Hill and Sutton Common Rd. The store has created 48 jobs for the area and has seen Asda invest £4.7 million in the Sutton borough.

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