A supermarket chain is set to mark its move into its new Dagenham store this month with a fun game for its shoppers. 

The Iceland supermarket in Heathway is to reopen in the old Wilko store in Heathway Shopping Centre on April 9. 

Customers in the queue before 8am will be entered into a free raffle where they could walk away with air fryers, hampers and slow cookers, the chain has said.

There will even be a draw of tickets where three lucky shoppers will get a chance to take part in a Supermarket Sweep-style game.

They will have 90 seconds, a trolley, and the store to themselves where they can grab anything they would like. 

The new venue will open at 8.30am next Tuesday and will introduce around ten new jobs to the area. 

Barking and Dagenham Post: The new store will open on April 9The new store will open on April 9 (Image: Google Maps)

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The current Heathway branch shares a site with fellow supermarket chain Lidl, and is expected to remain open until April 7. 

The reason behind the move has not been revealed. 

Kristian Barrett, group retail director at Iceland Foods, said: “We’re very excited to be opening our new Dagenham store.

“We’re hard at work getting everything set up and ready to go and we can’t wait to open our doors to the local community.”

The relocated store will be open from 8.30am to 8pm on Monday to Saturday and from 10am to 4pm on Sundays.