|Little Waitrose To Welcome Wandsworth Leader|
As Cllr Govindia to open new East Putney Store
The Leader of Wandsworth Borough Council, Councillor Ravi Govindia will officially open a little Waitrose in East Putney at 7am on Tuesday.
The convenience store will be the first in the borough of Wandsworth, adjacent to the East Putney tube station and part of the new Langham Square development. The store will be open Monday to Sunday from 7am - 10pm.
As Partners, they will be entitled to benefits including leisure and learning subsidies and a share in profits in the form of an annual bonus. The little Waitrose will also be taking on Omran Williams, as part of a 12-month apprentice scheme. Omran has joined the business following work experience at the High Holborn store.
Ravi Govindia, leader of Wandsworth Council, said:
Julia Maguire, Branch Manager at the new Waitrose in East Putney, said: “Upper Richmond Road is an extremely vibrant location and we are confident that a Waitrose store will be a good addition to the excellent variety of shops already here. We are keen to play our part in attracting even more shoppers to the area.”
Each little Waitrose branch gives away £500 every month to local charities and projects through its Community Matters scheme and Partners donate 100 hours every year to helping local causes through our Partner Volunteering scheme. There are now 303 Waitrose branches throughout the UK and nearly a third of stores fall within the M25. Later this year, another little Waitrose will be opening in West Hampstead.