A new Morrisons is being built in the former premises of a collapsed chain in north Norfolk. 

Work is under way to refit the disused McColl's in Church Street in North Walsham into a Morrisons Daily, a smaller and more community-friendly version of the larger supermarkets.  

The supermarket giant took full control of the McColl's business in May last year after it fell into administration and hopes to open the new store on September 18. 

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North Norfolk News: McColl's in North Walsham is to be refitted into a Morrisons DailyMcColl's in North Walsham is to be refitted into a Morrisons Daily (Image: Google Maps)

A Morrisons spokeswoman said: "The new Morrisons Daily fresh food convenience store in North Walsham will offer customers a carefully tailored mix of Morrisons own brand products alongside branded favourites.

"As well as new ranges, the store has received a complete redesign internally and externally incorporating Morrisons bright, modern branding.

"Fresh food is at the heart of the store and we hope customers will love it."

McColl's shops in Hempnall and Swaffham have already been transformed into Morrisons stores.