Lock supermarket reopens after two years of closure | Port Lincoln Times

The lock closed supermarket and reopened under new ownership almost two years later.

Lock Friendly Grocery officially reopened on Tuesday 27th April after closing its doors in July 2019.

New owners Karamjit Singh and Ranjit Kaur are moving out of Clare Valley with their daughters Tawneed, 5, and Manjot, 12, looking forward to their future as part of the lock community.

Mr Singh said there was little work to be done to reopen Super Singh, but everything was in the forefront for reopening.

“It was closed for two years, there was little work, but now everything is fine, we are open and everyone is happy,” he said.

“We’re so glad to be here.”

Mr. Singh and Ms. Kaur are delighted to provide the community with a supermarket with shelves with items including fresh fruits and vegetables, frozen items, meat and dairy products.

The supermarket also includes a cafe with pies, pastries and sandwiches and coffee.

Mr Singh said the community responded warmly to the supermarket being open and everyone was very supportive.

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Sophia Harrison

Part time worker

I'm Sophia Harrison working as a part-time staff at the Costco since the past year until I become as an author at the iron blade, hope I can use my experiences with the supermarkets here.

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