Sainsbury’s unveils York Station store

Sainsbury’s has opened the doors to its new York Station Local store.  

The store, which is the Big 4 grocer’s second opening in York this year provides a wide range of grocery and household products. 

It also includes a Costa coffee self-service machine. 

The convenience store is staffed by 30 employees and will be open 6am until 11pm from Monday to Sunday. 

The new store will also play an “active role” in the local area and will be supporting several local charities, such as Safe and Sound Homes (SASH), Independent Domestic Abuse Services (IDAS) and Changing Lives.  

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“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,” Sainsbury’s property director Patrick Dunne said. 

“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.” 

Sainsbury’s York Station manager Tom White added: “Our fantastic team of colleagues can’t wait to welcome customers through the door and provide them with our friendly service while they pick up their groceries.”  

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