Co-op to open a new store in Peters Village, Willham, which includes an Amazon parcel collection point


A large supermarket chain is opening a new store that will run on renewable electricity.

The cooperative will welcome its first customers to its brand new branch in Wouldham, near Rochester, this week.

The site in May 2021 where the new store will be located. Photo: Google Maps

Store Manager Mark Jones said: “We are delighted to have the opportunity to launch Co-op’s brand new store.

“Our aim is to operate at the heart of local life and we look forward to welcoming members and customers to their new cooperative – we have worked to create the range, choice, products and services added to create a really compelling offer to serve the community, conveniently.”

The 3,000 square foot site in Peters Village will have guest parking, a free ATM, Fairtrade coffee machine and bakery, fresh produce, daily necessities, food and drinks. food, alcohol, cooked and free, vegan and plant-based food. some products.

The store – which will run on 100% renewable electricity – will also offer Amazon parcel pickup and support up to 15 jobs.

Students holding the TOTUM card – new name for NUS extra – can benefit from a 10% discount.

The Coop will open its doors on Friday and will then operate between 7 a.m. and 11 p.m. every day.


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