The residents of Banbury, Oxfordshire, have a new and convenient place to do their shopping, with Sainsbury’s officially opening the doors to another convenience store.
The store has created 12 jobs and trades from 7am-11pm Monday to Sunday.
The new convenience store was officially opened by the Town Mayor of Banbury, Councillor John Colegrave and offers an excellent range of fresh fruit and vegetables, dairy products, a fresh bakery and other convenience products.
The store also includes a Costa coffee machine and Click & Collect for Argos and Tu clothing.
Sainsbury’s Local in Banbury will also play an active role in the local community, including supporting Banbury Foodbank. The convenience store will also support Sainsbury’s nationwide community programmes.
Patrick Dunne, Sainsbury’s Property Director, said, “We’re very proud to open this store to our customers and are confident residents and visitors will enjoy this convenient new store that offers fresh food and convenient products alongside Sainsbury’s renowned customer service. Thank you to everyone involved in getting this store ready for customers.”
Vikash Patel, Sainsbury’s Banbury Warwick Road Local Store Manager, said, “We know how important it is for the community to have convenient access to fresh food and grocery products and we’re thrilled to welcome customers through the doors from today.”