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They thought they were getting a Waitrose or Marks & Spencer Food....instead they got Netto.
People in the leafy village of Lymm in Cheshire say they feel misled after learning the Danish discount chain was to move in instead of the ''high-end'' retailer they had expected.
Granada Reports has been gauging opinion in the pleasant Cheshire village of Lymm, after residents learned the ''high-end'' retailer they'd been expecting to create a supermarket there turned out to be....Netto.
Villagers angry at the Netto move have set up a petition opposing the arrival of the Danish retailer.
Residents in the Cheshire village of Lymm are so incensed at the prospect of discount chain Netto's arrival - they have launched their own petition against the move.
Several people have posted their views on the Lymm village website like this from Tracey Wilkinson: ''Lymm residents wanted somewhere local to do a full week's shopping and Netto does not offer enough choice and doesn't supply food from local producers/farmers.
''I will continue shopping out of town if this store comes to Lymm. Locals feel ignored and disappointed!''
View the petition here
A Netto spokeperson said: “We’re looking forward to bringing the new-look Netto to Lymm.
''Our new stores are a complete departure from the format that left the UK market in 2010 – offering both outstanding value, a great fresh food offer and an in-house bakery with delicious fresh Danish breads and pastries.
''We’re confident that we’ll surprise our new customers in Lymm and hope to replicate the success we’ve seen at our other UK sites.”
Residents in the Cheshire village of Lymm have spoken of their anger after Netto was revealed as their new supermarket.Read the full story ›