New look – the store has been rearranged and shelves were fully stocked on Friday morning (Image: Daniel Rees, Newsquest)
Many of the products have been moved around, with bread now located further away from the entrance and closer to the tills.
Tills – new self-service checkouts have been installed (Image: Daniel Rees, Newsquest)
New freezers, which Aldi bosses say are easy for customers to browse through, have also been put in place.
Fresh – the fruit and veg aisle is largely in the same position as it was previously (Image: Daniel Rees, Newsquest)
Several of the staffed checkouts remain, although there are now a total of seven self-service checkouts.
Nationwide – Aldi is refitting its older branches across the UK (Image: Daniel Rees, Newsquest)
The Magdalen Street branch of Aldi, which received a major revamp last year, also installed the new self-service tills recently as the discount retailer look to continue to compete with the UK’s supermarket giants Tesco, Asda, and Sainsbury’s.
In good spirits – there is a wide range of alcohol on offer for customers (Image: Daniel Rees, Newsquest)
The transformation is part of the German retailer’s £600m investment into further improving its stores and services across the Britain.
Infamous – Aldi's well known 'middle aisle' had plenty on offer (Image: Daniel Rees, Newsquest)
The Cowdray Avenue store manager said: “The store is looking fantastic.”
Quiet – the store will be busy during peak retail periods on Saturday and Sunday (Image: Daniel Rees, Newsquest)
“We’re committed to making sure that the shopping experience each customer enjoys in our stores is on a par with the products and service they’re used to.”
Organised – the new store has plenty on offer (Image: Daniel Rees, Newsquest)
Over the next week, outdoor accessories including a patio, a walk-in greenhouse, and a steel chiminea will be on sale in the store.