Kavanagh’s Budgens of Hinchley Wood, Surrey, has reopened following an extensive refit.

The refurbished store has an increased fresh range, and includes coffee, breakfast and lunch to go options, as well as expanded local and artisan ranges.

Owners Kavanagh Retailing UK, which operates four other Budgens stories in Surrey and West Sussex, recently revamped its Eton store.

Noel Kavanagh Jnr, managing director, Kavanagh Retailing UK, said: “I am truly excited about opening the doors of our new state-of-the-art store, something the Hinchley Wood community can be proud of.

“We pride ourselves in providing top quality fresh food, excellent customer services and supporting local suppliers.”

On the launch day, 4 February, the first 50 customers received a free bottle of Oyster Bay Sauvignon Blanc worth £12.45. Local suppliers also provided customers with samples including sausages from Bangors Galore.

To promote the launch, over 6,000 leaflets have been circulated in the local area including two vouchers offering £5 off when customers spend £20 in store.

Mike Baker, Budgens director, said: “It’s great to see Kavanagh’s Budgens of Hinchley Wood opening with a new look and feel.

“It is a fantastic store with a strong focus on design and key shopping missions alongside improved bakery and fresh offers. I’m sure this store will be a great success for both Noel and Budgens.”

The store is 3,000 sq ft and will also now include a Post Office on site.