Greggs store in King’s Lynn High Street reveals new spacious look after major refit

Greggs, High Street King's Lynn which has had a major refit, staff members LtoR, Debbie Hutton, Maddy Allen, Ronnie Howell (Manager), Janice White, Chris Ball,Tracey Green ANL-150428-170152009
Greggs, High Street King's Lynn which has had a major refit, staff members LtoR, Debbie Hutton, Maddy Allen, Ronnie Howell (Manager), Janice White, Chris Ball,Tracey Green ANL-150428-170152009
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Greggs the bakers in Lynn High Street has been transformed with shoppers wanting their food-on-the-go in mind.

The shop has undergone an extensive refit and has been completely remodelled, designed to meet the demands of busy “food-on-the-go shoppers” who often buy food to eat at their convenience rather than take home.

The new layout includes seating and free Wi-Fi for customers who want to eat inside or outside the shop.

Ronnie Howell, shop manager, said: “I am very proud to be managing this new-look shop and the team here are looking forward to hearing what the local community think of the new look.

Raymond Reynolds, who is the retail director for Greggs, said: “We are delighted to be able to invest in Lynn and provide our valued customers with a modern and comfortable upgrade to the shop.

“This underlines our long-term commitment to the area and I’m sure it will be enjoyed by existing and new customers alike.”

All the store’s usual favourites will be available, such as its own brand of sausage rolls, jam doughnuts and Greggs Yum Yum. There will be other savouries and sandwiches on offer, which are freshly prepared throughout the day.

Seasonal ranges will also be available.

The UK’s leading bakery retailer, established 75 years ago, specialises in daily fresh made sandwiches using Greggs baked bread and savouries baked in the shop ovens througout the day.

It also serves up coffee, a wide range of muffins, cupcakes and other confectionery.

It has a “balanced choice” range, offering sandwiches, salads, soup, porridge and fruit which are less than 400 calories.

There are nearly 1,700 shops nationwide serving six million customers a week.