A NEW reopening date for a supermarket which has been closed for refurbishment has been set.

Farmfoods, on Boundary Road, has been shut while an "extensive" renovation to the premises is carried out.

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The store will see its floorspace increase in size to around 14,000 sq ft.

Its new look will be revealed when it reopens its doors to customers.

The shop was due to reopen this Saturday (November 26). 

St Helens Star: Farmfoods has been closed for a refurbishmentFarmfoods has been closed for a refurbishment (Image: Google Streetview)

The reopening date has now been put back to Saturday, December 10, Farmfoods has confirmed.

Alistair Kay, property director at Farmfoods, said: "The shop, which will be amongst our largest, will offer our full range of branded and own-brand products including frozen food, groceries, chilled foods, bread, milk, fresh fruit and vegetables along with a range of household items."

Meanwhile, the adjoining Xercise4Less is also undergoing renovation works.

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The premises will be rebranded as JD Gyms and is set to reopen soon, with an exact date to be confirmed.