i go in here every now and again the car park is nearly always full at least its free, i find morrison slighty expensive i always go in once a week and check out the offers, there is also a cafe where you can food and drink. there is lots of till but i find the shop always busy, nice fish, salad, bakery and buthcers in the store.
This supermarket has a slightly downmarket feel to it but don't let that put you off or you'll miss some bargains. They stock all the well known household brands and their own label products are mostly good. There's always an array of offers, some are so-so and some are eye popping. I love a bogof. The staff are a mixed bunch, some are really sweet (like not calling me a drongo when I'm being thick and insisting the till can't add up properly) and some lack customer care skills (like moving me aside to make way for shelf stacking). It's best to avoid busy times such as the on-the-way-home-from-work rush as the tills can get badly clogged.
Staff seem quite unhelpful, often they are talking on their mobiles whilst standing in the middle of the aisles clearly meant to be working. They will also push the cages they use to transport goods to the shelves into your ankles or trolly and not apologise. Queues for the checkouts are often very long, one of the checkout staff didn't know what a leek was and asked me if it was a courgette They have a very poor range, it's impossible to find higher-end goods such as dried porcini mushrooms which I would expect most places to have as standard. It's a great shame that our nearest other supermarket is probably the Sainsbury in Chiswick which I'd much rather go to but it's quite a long walk!
This supermarket is often crammed with OAPs and mums with young families all looking for a bargain. Which this supermarket is fulled with. The staff aren't particularly helpful and will often carrying on talking to each other when I am waiting to be served.
not disabled friendly at all my wife registered disabled from cancer persecuted by parking eye for overstaying whilst exhausted in pain sat in there cafe had a tea then joined the checkout queue waiting to pay this scam firm threatening disabled with a fine of £85 if paid within 14 days reduced to £50 so much for morrisons disabled facilities shoppers be beware morrisons support these scam merchants
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