Sainsbury’s has announced the opening of its newest store, located in York railway station.
The group said the store will offer customers a “wide range” of grocery and household products as well as a self-service Costa coffee machine.
The store is the second Sainsbury’s Local to open in York this year, following the opening of York Davygate Local in March.
Sainsbury’s also said it is “committed” to supporting its communities and the 30 colleagues that make up the York railway station 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 Changing Lives, SASH (Safe and Sound Homes) and IDAS (Independent Domestic Abuse Services).
Patrick Dunne, property director at Sainsbury’s, said: “I’m really delighted that we are opening our second new store in York this year in this long sought-after location for Sainsbury’s.
“It means that not only local residents, but those travelling to and from the city by rail, will be able to enjoy the convenience, quality and value that Sainsbury’s has to offer.”