Greggs has announced it is reopening 800 of its branches from Thursday (June 18) – and some of them are in Worcestershire.
Fans of the steak bake, vegan sausage roll and chargrill chicken oval bite won’t have long to wait before they can tuck into their favourite snack again.
The bakery chain has revealed which of its shops will be among the first to trade again as part of its phased reopening plan after lockdown restrictions were eased.
From Thursday June 18, there will be six branches in Worcestershire which will welcome back customers. The remaining 10 shops are expected to reopen in July.
Those opening on Thursday will be for take away only. Customers will not be able to dine in or use the toilets. Cash won’t be accepted, with all payment being by card or the app.
A limited menu will also be available, serving up breakfast items, sandwiches, hot food and pizzas, drinks and cakes.
Branches in Worcestershire which are open from Thursday are:
Rubery – 175 New Road
Redditch – Moons Moat Drive
Redditch – Washford Trading Park
Redditch – Kingfisher Centre
Worcester – High Street
Worceste r – MFG Nunnery Park
The remaining branches which are expected to reopen in July are:
Worcester – The Shambles
Worcester – Berkeley Way
Kidderminster – Weavers Wharf
Kidderminster – The Swan Centre
Kidderminster – Foley Drive
Bromsgrove – High Street
Bromsgrove – Sherwood Road
Rubery – Arden Road
Redditch – Evesham Walk
Malvern – Worcester Road