A Sheffield city centre supermarket is set to be given a new name after being sold-off.
The Co-op store in Pinstone Street is one of 36 of the chain's stores which will become Budgens after a takeover.
The Co-operative Group is selling off a string of former Somerfield stores to the Food Retailer Group, eight years after its takeover of the supermarket chain.
All will be re-branded as Budgens supermarkets, with all of the 920 staff being transferred to the new business.
The Co-op bought over Somerfield in 2006 as part of a £1.6billion deal, but two years ago wrote down the value of its Somerfield store chain by £226million.
A Food Retailer Group spokesperson said: "The change in ownership will not impact daily business and stores will continue trading as usual. All employees will transfer with the business, and there are no planned redundancies."
The full list of stores affected:
Greenwich - London
Plumstead - London
Southall - London
Sydenham - London