Sainsbury’s has announced the opening of a new local store in Salford this July.
The store entitled ‘Sainsbury’s Salford New Bailey Square’, is situated within close proximity to Salford Central Station, and aims to offer nearby workers and residents a “convenient place to do their shopping”.
The shop will feature a wide range of grocery and household products. In addition, a self-service Costa coffee machine, orange juice from a fresh juicer and instore bakery are also available on site.
Sainsbury’s said that the group is “committed to supporting its communities” and that the 18 colleagues that make up the Salford New Bailey Square team will play an “active role” in the local area and support Sainsbury’s nationwide community programmes and charity partners.
Charities in the area that Sainsbury’s has recently supported include Salford Food Bank, Salford Women’s Aid and Wood Street Mission.
Shelly Williams, store manager at Sainsbury’s Salford New Bailey Square, said: “Our great team of colleagues have done a fantastic job to get the store launch ready and we can’t wait to welcome customers. We know how important access to great value groceries is, which is why we’re so proud to be opening the doors today.”