Sainsbury’s opens soon in Ottery St Mary
Ottery’s mayor to officially declare new Sainsbury’s store open next week
Sainsbury’s new supermarket in Ottery St Mary, officially opens its doors next week.
Mayor Glyn Dobson officially cuts the ribbon at 9am on Wednesday, October 12.
Store manager, Warren Knight, said: “Sainsbury’s is eager to become part of the Ottery community and we’re looking forward to opening.”
The creation of the 22,000sq ft store has been going on in the town since the start of 2011, and Ottery’s traders say they will be glad to put the problems caused by its construction behind them.
For Sidmouth shoppers wanting to venture out of town, the new supermarket will provide Ottery St Mary with 116 car parking spaces, including eight disabled and five mother and toddler spaces, giving two hours free parking.
Sainsbury’s, will open from 8am to 8pm, Monday to Saturday and 10am to 4pm on Sundays.
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