Dancers open supermarket

Neil Marshall, manager of the Asda Wheatley, with Asda colleagues Joanne Mellis, Hazel Fradgley, Sandra Heath and Keeley Lees who were joined by dancers from the Marilyn Baker School of Dance in Armthorpe who helped open of the store.

Neil Marshall, manager of the Asda Wheatley, with Asda colleagues Joanne Mellis, Hazel Fradgley, Sandra Heath and Keeley Lees who were joined by dancers from the Marilyn Baker School of Dance in Armthorpe who helped open of the store.

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DANCE school pupils helped to open a new-look supermarket in the borough.

Wheatley is the latest area in Doncaster to have its Netto store transformed into Asda as part of a national scheme to have 250 of the supermarkets open by 2015.

New stores have already opened in Balby, Rossington and Stainforth, which has created over 40 jobs.

The supermarket in Wheatley Hall Road was officially opened by pupils from Armthorpe’s Marilyn Baker School of Dance.

Each of the toe-tapping youngsters were given a £50 gift card following their help.

For more information about the new-look store, log on to www.asda.com/doncaster-wheatley