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Greggs create 35 jobs with new London store opening

by LLB staff reporter
23rd Dec 21 11:46 am

Greggs has opened a new shop today in Kings Cross Station, creating 35 new jobs for the area. The shop, one of 100 that Greggs is opening in 2021, will stock freshly prepared Greggs favourites, including its popular Sausage Roll, Steak Bake and items from the new Christmas Menu.

Delicious freshly-made sandwiches, savouries and sweet treats will also be available for those looking to grab a bite on-the-go.

Customers will be able to take advantage of Greggs’ deals throughout the day, including its famed breakfast combinations offering a breakfast roll or baguette alongside an orange juice or hot drink – served until 11am every day.

Greggs’ velvety smooth flat white and warming peppermint tea are among the hot drinks on offer at the new shop, all of which are 100% Fairtrade.

Customers will be able to make click-and-collect orders via the Greggs app, while delivery orders can be made via Just Eat.

The Kings Cross shop opens with a fresh new look and comfortable seating. The shop’s opening hours are:

  • Monday – Saturday: 6:00am – 10:00pm
  • Sunday: 8:00am – 9:00pm

Shop manager James Meredith said, “We can’t wait to welcome both Greggs fans and new customers to our brand-new shop. We’ve got an amazing range of tasty bakes, hot drinks, sweet treats and savouries available for takeaway, click and collect or Just Eat delivery.”

Roisin Currie, Retail and Property Director for Greggs added, “Our new shop in Kings Cross has brought 35 new jobs to the local area, as well as providing customers with a modern, convenient new place to experience their favourite Greggs food.”

The Kings Cross shop opens with a fresh new look and comfortable seating. The location also includes a Nuttall Unit so customers can purchase some of Greggs favourite hot items such as southern fried chicken goujons and potato wedges.

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