ALDI - Chertsey, Surrey

Gogmore LaneChertseyKT16 9APSy,  UK
Today: 8:00 am - 10:00 pm

Opening Times ALDI - Chertsey, Surrey

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Covid 19

Important information - updated November 2021

As of the 30th of November 2021 wearing a face covering in all stores is mandatory in line with government regulations, to help keep everyone safe (unless you have medical exemption). Please also respect each other's personal space. Other measures like hand sanitiser and screens will also stay in place. Face masks are still required for customers and colleagues in their Welsh and Scottish stores, in line with the latest guidance.

They are still accepting cash payments in all stores.

The busiest time to shop is from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. and the best time for shopping - the quietest time is from 7 p.m. - closing.

You can also use Click & Collect orders.

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ALDI - Chertsey, Surrey - Opening Hours & Store Details


ALDI is situated in a good position on Gogmore Lane, 0.34 miles north-east of the centre of Chertsey (not far from Gogmore Farm Park). The supermarket is an added feature to the districts of Lyne, Chertsey, Thorpe Green, Thorpe, Laleham, Shepperton and Addlestone. Its hours of opening for today (Tuesday) are from 8:00 am to 10:00 pm. Here you can find open hours, address info and direct number for ALDI Chertsey, Surrey.


ALDI is conveniently positioned in the vicinity of the crossroads of Gogmore Lane and Riversdell Close, in Chertsey, Surrey.

By car

Just a 1 minute drive time from Heriot Road, London Street, Windsor Street and Guidford Street; a 3 minute drive from Pyrcroft Road, Eastworth Road or Bell Bridge Road; and a 14 minute drive from Junction 12 (Thorpe Interchange) of London Orbital Motorway/M25 and Junction 2 (Thorpe Interchange) of M3.

The best postcode to use on your route finder systems is KT16 9AP.

By bus

Just a short walk from the bus stop at Heriot Road. The quickest way to get here is by lines 446, 456, 461, 557, 593 or 856.

By train

Situated near to Chertsey Train Station (1620 ft away). Served by line: South West Trains.

On foot

Just a short walk away you'll find Abbey Moor Golf Course Surrey, Pyrcroft Grange Primary School, Chertsey Meads, Stepgates Community School, Free Prae Road Park, Salesian School, Hanworth Lane Business Park and Gogmore Farm Park.


At the present time, ALDI runs 1 branch in Chertsey, Surrey.

Browse this page for the full index of all ALDI branches near Chertsey.


Please take into account that the hours of business for ALDI in Chertsey, Surrey may shift from standard times during the UK holiday season. For the whole of 2021 these exceptions involve Xmas Day, New Year's, Easter Sunday or Black Friday. It is recommended that you go to the official website or phone the service number at 0800 042 0800 to get added details about ALDI Chertsey, Surrey seasonal hours of operation.


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Open: 9:15 am - 5:00 pm0.08mi
Open: 9:00 am - 5:30 pm0.09mi
Open: 7:00 am - 7:00 pm0.10mi
John & Irene Healy

09/06/2017
We have long been loyal fans of both Aldi and Lidl based on our extensive and positive German experience. We travelled to Feltham for several years, from Virginia Water, to shop at both stores, though generally opting more for the Lidl than the Aldi option. We were thrill with the opening a week ago of Aldi's Chertsey store, more or less on our doorstep. We did our first shop yesterday, to find ourselves very happy with first impressions. But our till and customer service experience was, to say the least, quite disappointing, verging on distressing. We are both slightly disabled pensioners, and at first were quite impressed with the check out assistant helping us to load the conveyor belt, but even then noting the absence of a friendly comment or even smile, though we did show our gratitude. We now think her motivation was less being helpful, but more of aggressively making us hurry up. Whilst scanning the goods, we were tested to the limit to keep up with her fast and far from friendly high throughput sleep. Both of us had great difficulty in clearing the small till area into our trolley. We had put a our wine bottles on the side of the counter in a bottle bag, and were Wally embarrassed and upset when one of us knocked it to the floor as we hastily tried to keep up the pace of filling our trolley bags. One bottle smashed and we were confronted with extremely unfriendly and unsympathetic cross looks, and absolutely no words of sympathy or anything like friendly concern by the cashier and one other who came over (we thought to be helpful, but no help or anything else was forthcoming). Yes, it was our fault to have knocked off the bottles and, yes, they had been cashed up so were clearly our property. So, we didn't attempt to argue that the one bottle should be replaced, and no offer was made. We were, to tell the truth, only to glad to get away! However, whatever the rights and wrongs, it was in stark contrast to our years of experience at Lidl, where a deciding factor in shopping more at Lidl than the Feltham Aldi was that Lidl's customers service and friendliness was exemplary. We had hoped that a new store would be staffed with highly motivated and friendly staff. Their only motivation in our one off experience was to speed till throughput regardless of the pressure placed on vulnerable customers. Reallly, a very very disappointing experienc