A café and supermarket in a Suffolk town has reopened in time for Christmas following a three-month closure. 

Waitrose in Sudbury closed 12 weeks ago for refurbishment to improve features and add even more for customers. 

The Waite and Rose café is offering a selection of teas, coffees, soft drinks and pastries as well as breakfast and lunch options. 

A selection of new counters including sushi and dry-aged beef have also been added to the store.

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Branch manager Sara Farnsworth said: "It's been fantastic hearing the customer buzz and excitement around the refurbishment."

"It further demonstrates our commitment to offering the best service and we'd like to thank our customers for their patience while we undertook the work."

The Sudbury store now has a dedicated John Lewis section within the shop as well as a self-serve area for Click & Collect returns with a drop-box for parcels.