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Full list of Greggs reopening in Greater Manchester has been confirmed

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Greggs has confirmed it will be reopening 800 of its stores for takeaway this Thursday.

Greggs has been trialling a reopening phase with a small number of stores, and previously promised that a select number of shops could be open by mid-June.

In a report, Greggs said: “In line with this plan we intend to re-open around 800 shops to takeaway customers later this week, on Thursday 18 June.

“All team members are being trained in the range of operational changes and protective measures that we have implemented across our retail estate.”

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Greggs has also confirmed the social distancing measures that will be in place including floor markings, protective screens, PPE for staff and hand sanitiser.

Although the company will still be accepting cash, contactless payments is encouraged.

The company has also said that company rewards that were set to expire will be extended until December 2020. 

Greggs is expecting smaller sales as it reopens stores, with fewer customers allowed in the store at any one time. 

These expected lower sales means some staff will remain on furlough until the sales ‘begin returning to normal’.

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Following the queues that the likes of KFC, McDonald’s and Primark have seen when they reopened, Greggs has been cautious at reopening and avoiding any overcrowding at sites. 

Due to Gregg’s ability to offer takeaway services, it had been allowed to remain open throughout the lockdown. However, bosses said this would compromise the safety of its employees so instead closed for three months.

Although the menu is slightly reduced, favourites like sausage rolls, steak bakes, vegan sausage rolls, yum yums and a range of breakfast classics are all still up for grabs. 

Greater Manchester Greggs reopening this Thursday, June 18th:

  • Altrincham, 54 George St, WA14 1RH
  • Bolton, 64 Deansgate, BI1 1BG
  • Bury, U1B Pilsworth Rd, BL9 8RZ
  • Bury, The Rock SC, 22 Central St, BL9 0JN
  • Chadderton, U3A Shopping PCT, OL9 0LQ
  • Clayton, Manchester, 998 Ashton New Rd, M11 4PE
  • Didsbury, Manchester, 733 Wilmslow Rd, M20 6WF
  • Droylsden, U35 Queens Wlk, M43 7AD
  • Edgeley, Stockport, 55 Castle St, SK3 9AT
  • Glossop, 25 High St West, SK13 8AZ
  • Leigh, U3 Parsonage RP, WN7 5SJ
  • Manchester, 10 Oxford Rd, M1 5QA
  • Manchester, 28 Cross St, M2 7AQ
  • Manchester, 41 Deansgate, M3 2AY
  • Manchester, U34 Fort SP, M8 8EP
  • Manchester, 175 Arndale SC, M4 2HU
  • Manchester, Greggs @ Asda Eastlands, M11 4BD
  • Manchester, 93 Piccadilly, M1 2DA
  • Manchester, 15a City Tower, Parker St, M1 4AJ
  • Marple, 3 The Hollins, SK6 6AY
  • Oldham, U6 Town Sq SC, OL1 1XD
  • Oldham, 23 Henshaw St, OL1 1NH *Just Eat & Click+Collect only
  • Openshaw, U7 Lime Sq, M11 1DA
  • Rochdale, Yorkshire St, OL16 1EA
  • Rochdale, U2 Kingsway RP, OL16 5AF
  • Sale, 45 School Rd, M33 7YE
  • Salford, 104 Mather Way, M6 5HU
  • Salford, 258 Eccles Old Rd, M6 8HH
  • Stockport, Merseyway SC, SK1 1RA
  • Stockport, U5 Manchester Rd, SK4 1TN
  • Wigan, 21 Market Pl, WN1 1PE
  • Wigan, Greggs @ Asda Wigan, WN5 0XA
  • Wythenshawe, UA, The Hub, Ledson Rd, M23 9GB
  • EURO Ashton Road, SK6 2QN
  • EURO Hollinwood, OL8 3RB
  • EURO Newton, WN8 8TL
  • EURO Royal Green, M22 4SY
  • EURO Salford Quays, M5 4QD
  • MOTO Birch, OL10 2HQ
  • MOTO Birch West, OL10 2QH

The limited menu branches will be serving:

Breakfast:

  • Bacon
  • Sausage
  • Omelette
  • Bacon and sausage
  • Bacon and omelette
  • Sausage and omelette
  • Porridge
  • Pain au chocolat
  • All butter croissant

Savouries:

  • Sausage roll
  • Vegan sausage roll
  • Vegan steak bake
  • Steak bake
  • Chicken bake
  • Sausage, bean and cheese melt
  • Cheese and onion bake
  • Bacon and cheese wrap
  • Three cheese pizza
  • Three cheese and pepperoni pizza

Sandwiches:

  • Ham and cheese baguette
  • Tuna crunch baguette
  • Roast chicken and bacon club baguette
  • Roast chicken mayonnaise baguette
  • Mature cheddar cheese salad baguette
  • Chicken tandoori baguette
  • Mexican chicken baguette
  • Honey roast ham salad baguette
  • Mature cheddar cheese ploughman’s oval bite
  • Chargrill chicken oval bite
  • Mexican chicken oval bite

Sweet stuff:

  • Novelty biscuit
  • Gingerbread man
  • Chocolate chunk shortbreads
  • Caramel shortbreads
  • Milk chocolate cookie
  • Triple chocolate cookie
  • White chocolate cookie
  • Jam doughnut
  • Caramel custard doughnut
  • Sugar strand doughnut
  • Triple chocolate doughnut
  • Pink jammie doughnut
  • Yum yums
  • Mini yum yums
  • Mini gluten free brownies

Drinks and snacks:

  • Freshly ground coffee, tea and hot chocolate
  • The full range of cold drinks
  • Selected crisps

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Tributes pour in for ‘gorgeous’ mum killed in Liverpool dog attack

Police say five American bulldogs have since been ‘humanely destroyed’

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Tributes have been pouring in for the ‘gorgeous’ mum who was mauled to death by five dogs in Liverpool.

Ann Dunn, sixty-five, died after being attacked by five American bulldogs in a property on St. Brigids Crescent, Vauxhall.

Merseyside Police were called out by paramedics on Monday October 3rd at around 4:25pm. However, Ann’s injuries were too serious and she was pronounced as dead at the scene.

Police say five American bulldogs, which were found inside the property, were handed over and have now been humanely destroyed.

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Officers also confirmed that a thirty-one-year-old man had been arrested on suspicion of owning a dog dangerously out of control. He remains in custody.

Following the news of her death, people who knew Ann have paid their own tributes to the mum and grandmother on social media.

One person wrote on Facebook: “RIP gorgeous lady, still can’t believe it Ann. Had some good times with you I will never forget.”

She added: “I am all so heartbroken for you kids and family right now. Don’t want to even think how they feeling… So happy I got [sic] have old chat with you on Friday even though it was only for 10 minutes, keeping looking over your family.”

Another social media user added: “Heart breaking thinking of all the family, devastated for yous all. R.I.P lovely Ann.”

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Liverpool John Moores University, where Ann worked as a cleaner, also paid tribute to their ‘hard-working and dedicated’ employee.

They said: “The university community is absolutely shocked and devastated by this tragic loss and to lose Ann in this way is just heart-breaking. Ann was hard-working and dedicated and had so many friends across the organisation. It’s just awful and she will be terribly missed.

“Our thoughts at this time are with her family and loved-ones.”

Detective Inspector Katie Coote added: “This is clearly a very distressing incident and our thoughts are with the family and friends of the lady who died.

“Our enquiries remain ongoing as we seek to establish what has happened and I would urge anyone who could assist our enquiries to get in touch.”

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Man arrested after woman killed by ‘five dogs’ in Liverpool

The dogs have since been ‘humanely destroyed’

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A man has been arrested after a woman was killed after she was attacked by five dogs in a house in Liverpool.

Merseyside Police were called out by paramedics yesterday (Monday October 3rd) after reports a sixty-three-year-old woman had been attacked by the animals inside a property down St. Brigid’s Crescent in Kirkdale.

The woman, who is yet to be formally identified, died at the scene following the attack at around 4.25pm. 

Police say five American bulldogs, which were found inside the property, were handed over and have now been humanely destroyed.

A thirty-one-year-old man has since been arrested on suspicion of owning a dog deemed to be dangerously out of control. He remains in custody.

An investigation into the incident remains ongoing and a post-mortem will be carried out to establish the exact cause of death.

Detective Inspector Katie Coote said: “This is clearly a very distressing incident and our thoughts are with the family and friends of the lady who died.

“Our enquiries remain ongoing as we seek to establish what has happened and I would urge anyone who could assist our enquiries to get in touch.”

Anyone with information is asked to DM @MerPolCC or @CrimestoppersUK on Twitter. Alternatively, they can be contacted via telephone on 0800 555 111 quoting reference 22000731247.

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New details about Greater Manchester’s Bee Network transport system revealed

The first fifty Bee Network buses are due to be rolled out in part of the region next year

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As the launch date for Greater Manchester’s highly-anticipated Bee Network draws ever closer, more details about the new transport system have been unveiled.

Mayor Andy Burnham unveiled the first look at the Bee Network’s fleet of electric buses last month, with the first fifty due to be rolled out across Wigan and Bolton on September 17th, 2023. 

The rest of the network will then be implemented across the region by January 2025, alongside Bee Network cycle hire bikes and, ultimately, the Metrolink network.

The buses will be powered by electric batteries to ensure they produce zero local emissions, supporting Greater Manchester in building a sustainable future for public transport.

This comes as Transport for Greater Manchester confirmed a receipt of thirty-three bids from nine different operators vying to run the locally controlled bus services – the first in thirty-six years.

Andy Burnham said of the new network: “The countdown to bringing buses back under local control for the first time in thirty-six years is well and truly on.

“With the order placed for our first fifty new electric buses and strong interest from operators who want to run the first franchised services a year from now, the Bee Network is gathering real momentum.

“We’ve already seen a positive response to our call for people to get back on board, helped by the successful introduction of cheaper bus fares across Greater Manchester to help residents cope with the cost-of-living crisis and I’m pleased to announce that we have commenced engagement with operators about the potential to cap weekly bus tickets from early next year.”

“The previous government bought into what we are trying to do, and I underlined the importance of this partnership approach continuing during my meeting with the new Transport Secretary yesterday.

“By working together, we will realise our ambitions and deliver a network that will transform how people get around our city region – not just in the years ahead but for future generations.”

Bus franchising will be rolled out in phases, starting in Bolton and Wigan as well as parts of Salford and West Manchester on September 17th 2023, followed by Bury, Rochdale, Oldham and parts of North Manchester from the end of March 2024.

Stockport, Trafford, Tameside and South Manchester, as well as the remaining parts of Salford, will be rolled out from January 5th, 2025.

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