Lawson’s Delicatessen in Aldeburgh set to open Southwold store and undergo rebrand under new owners Clare Jackson and father, John Ormerod

Clare Jackson, who owns Lawson's in Aldeburgh with father, John Ormerod, outside the store.

Clare Jackson, who owns Lawson's in Aldeburgh with father, John Ormerod, outside the store. - Credit: Lawson's

A celebrated Aldeburgh delicatessen is set to open a new store in Southwold, launched under its new brand, later this year.

Lawson’s Delicatessen has secured premises on Victoria Street. The retailer came under new ownership in January after it was bought by Clare Jackson and her father, John Ormerod.

“We are really excited to have found a new site in Southwold. Once refurbishment of the new premises has taken place, we will open in time for Christmas,” said Clare.

“Our loyal Aldeburgh customers can be assured that the same friendly team of staff will continue to serve them and support us to build a new team in Southwold. We look forward to getting to know new customers in Southwold and sharing our passion for artisan cheese and other local produce.”

The new owners have established a new focus on quality cheese, in particular celebrating cheeses made in East Anglia.


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