Sainsbury’s opens new Local store in Swindon

Sainsbury’s has opened its new Local store in Tadpole Garden Village near Swindon.

Justin Tomlinson MP, Government Minister and Member of Parliament for North Swindon, cut the ribbon at an opening ceremony at 9am, where all Government guidance on social distancing was adhered to.

The new store offers an excellent range of fresh fruit and vegetables, dairy products, a fresh bakery and a Costa coffee machine, as well as other convenience products. The store trades from 7am-11pm Monday to Sunday and also provides car parking.

Justin Tomlinson MP, Government Minister and Member of Parliament for North Swindon, said, “This new store will be a much welcomed new amenity for the community at Tadpole Garden Village and I’m delighted that Sainsbury’s has joined this award winning development.”

Holly Peters, Sainsbury’s Tadpole Garden Village Local Store Manager, said, “It’s a very exciting day for the new team and we look forward to providing our customers with quality products and friendly service. The new store looks great and we’re excited to get to work and welcome our new customers.”

Patrick Dunne, Sainsbury’s Property Director, said, “It’s a big team effort to get our stores ready for business and I thank everyone involved in opening this new store.

“Our local convenience stores are tailored to the community to ensure we’re well placed to deliver for our customers and we’re delighted to become a part of this exciting new development. We know customers like Sainsbury’s Local stores and I know this brand new store in Tadpole Garden Village will not disappoint.”