An Aberdeen convenience store is to open a new-look branch following a £480,000 overhaul.
Launching on May 18, the revamped Co-op on Rosehill Drive will offer an in-store bakery, self-service tills and a Costa coffee point.
The store is set to bring a funding boost to good causes.
Among the charities set to benefit through the Co-op membership scheme are The Grampian Autistic Society and Befriend A Child. Members receive a 5% reward when buying own-branded products, and the Co-op donates a further 1% to local good causes.
Co-op area manager Lee Hurst said: “We are delighted to be undertaking such a significant investment at our Rosehill store and we’re confident that the improvements will help us to better serve the community.
“It’s an exciting time for the whole team.”
Paul Thomson, Co-op area manager, added: “The Co-op is moving forward with a clear purpose and momentum.”
He added: “Our ambition is to ensure the store is a local hub, a real asset for the community.”