KFC has now opened even more store across the UK for delivery and drive-thru.
Finally some finger-lickin good news in lockdown!! The news comes as KFC announced it will be opening 100 stores on Monday.
In turns out, customers were finding it difficult to find their closest KFC restaurant with KFC’s postcode checker, so the fired chicken chain decided to do us all a solid and list all of the open sites.
KFC has announced that they are aiming to keep their drive-thru services clear and easy to access for key workers and NHS staff after or before long, hard-working shifts.
If the store closest to you offers a delivery service and you are able to order a delivery, KFC advises you to do so.
KFC branches open for delivery and drive-thru:
- Aldershot – Ash Road
- Hulme – Greenheys Lane West
- Portsmouth – Pompey Centre
- Birmingham – New Oscott
- Heaton Chapel – Monarch Leisure Park
- Tamworth – Ventura Retail Park
- Enfield – Coliseum Retail Park
- Glasgow – Great Western Retail Park
- Glasgow – Pollokshaws Road
- Wolverhampton – Bentley Bridge Pleasure Pk
- Birmingham – Great Bridge Retail Pk
- Bury – Moorgate Retail Park
- Romford – Colchester Road
- Tyburn – Kingsbury Road
- Norwich – Mile Cross Lane
- Grimsby – Birchin Way
- Oxley – Bushbury Lane
- Bloxwich – Leamore Lane
- Wythenshawe – Rowlands Way
- East Kilbride – Kingsgate Retail Park
- Slough – Farnham Road
- Colindale – The Hyde
- Alperton – Western Avenue
- Rochdale – Kingsway Retail Park
- Manchester Fort Shopping Park
- Farnworth – Albert Road
- Ipswich – Cardinal Park
- Ashford – Eureka Leisure Park
- Broadstairs – Westwood Retail Park
- Dover – Honey Wood Retail Park
- Wakefield – Westgate Retail Park
- Glasgow – Nitshill Road
- Northampton – Towcester Road
- Sheffield – Queens Road
- Leyton – Lea Bridge Road
- Weymouth – Jubilee Close
- Wolverhampton – Penn Road Retail Park
- Scunthorpe – Lakeside Retail Park
- Northampton – Nene Park Sixfields
- Swindon – Delta Park
- Eastbourne – Lottbridge Drove
- Mansfield – Fulmar Close
- Coventry – Tile Hill
- Govan – Helen Street
- Linwood – Paisley Leisure Park
- Leicester – Narborough Road
- Bristol – Shield Retail Park
- Swansea – Morfa Shopping Park
- Luton – Hatters Way Retail Park
- Rotherham – Fitzwilliam Road
- Doncaster – Thorne Road
- Bradford – Ingleby Road
- Exeter – Marsh Barton Trading Estate
- Portsmouth – Binnacle Way
- Basingstoke – Leisure Park
- Manchester – Trafford Retail Park
- Hamilton – Palace Grounds Retail Pk
- Glasgow – London Road
- Dudley – Castlegate Drive
- East Kilbride – Queensway
- Peterborough – Ashborough Road
- Ruislip – High Street
- Addlestone – Station Road
- Newport – Spytty Road
- Merthyr Tydfil – Cyfartha Retail Park
- Glasshoughton – Colorado Way
- Worcester Park – Central Road
- London – Lavender Hill
- Swansea – Uplands Crescent
- Hounslow – Cavendish Parade
- Kingston – Clarence Street
- Bracknell – Bagshot Road
- Bristol – The Venue Cribbs Causeway
- London – Kilburn High Road
- Bedford – Interchange Retail Park
KFC branches open for drive-thru only:
- Stoke on Trent – Festival Heights
- Southampton – Burlesdon Road
- Glasgow – Rutherglen
- Leicester – Waterside Road
- Newark – Lincoln Road
KFC branches open for delivery:
- Manchester – Deansgate
- Brighton – Western Road
- Putney – High Street
- Mornington Crescent
- Hammersmith – Kings Street
- Birmingham – Martineau Place
- Wrexham – St Georges Crescent
- Southampton – Above Bar Street
- Lancaster – Penny Street
- Whitechapel – High Street
- Brighton – London Road
- Bournemouth – Winborne Road
- Poole – Ashley Road
- Gillingham – Canterbury Street
- Edinburgh – South Charlotte Street
- Plymouth – Mutley Plain
- Epsom – High Street
- London – Walworth Road
- Ashford – Middlesex
- Ealing – The Mall
- Crawley – High Street
- Hastings – Wellington Place
- Woolwich – Thomas Street
- Northampton – Alexander Terrace
- Leyton – High Road
- Hayes End – Uxbridge Road
- Cardiff – Queen Street
- Penge – High Street
- Wood Green – The Broadway
- Bristol – Avonmeads Retail Park
- Oldbury – Wolverhampton Road
- Durham – City Retail Park
- Newcastle under Lyme – Liverpool Road
- Deptford – Evelyn Street
- Aberdeen – Great North Road
- Southend – Greyhound Trading Park
- Uxbridge – The Pavillions Shopping Centre
- Milton Keynes – Xscape
- Folkestone – Sandgate Road
- Bedhampton – Larchwood Avenue
- Camborne – Trevenson Gateway
- Crewe – Dunwoody Way
- Birmingham – Kings Norton Business Park
- Birmingham – Yew Tree Retail Park
- Preston – Ashton on Ribble
- Sittingbourne – Mill Way
- Cumbernauld – South Muirhead Road
- Shepherds Bush – Uxbridge Road
- Waltham Cross – Eleanor Cross Road
Teen stops young girl being taken by stranger claiming to be ‘dad’s friend’ as she walked home from school
Emma’s quick thinking saved the school girl from being taken by a stranger
A teenage girl has been praised for her quick thinking as she prevented a child being taken from a stranger.
Fifteen year old Emma Carlile was walking home from school through Wallasey Village in Wirral, Merseyside, when she noticed a man approaching a school girl and telling her that he was her ‘dad’s mate.’
Emma noticed that the girl, who is believed to be around eleven years old, looked alarmed, so decided to intervene.
Emma’s dad, Rik, told the Liverpool Echo: “She said she was walking along and she saw a ‘creepy looking man’ approach a young girl and put his arm around her, which she thought looked odd.
“She noticed when the man approached her she looked a bit startled and then she heard the man say, ‘I’m your dad’s friend, don’t you remember me? I’ve been to your house before’.”
Rik continued: “The girl was saying ‘no, I don’t remember’ but he kept going on saying, ‘I’m your dad’s friend, I’ve met you before.’ At one point, the girl tried to get her phone out and the man said, ‘no you don’t need to ring anyone, you know who I am, I’m your dad’s mate.’”
Emma followed them around a corner and, as they approached a crossing, shouted the first name that came into her head.
She said: “Hey Bethany! Dad will be home tonight from police training.”
The girl apparently looked at her and looked startled but relieved at the same time. As soon as Emma spoke, the man quickly walked away down towards Wallasey Village train station.
Rik said that Emma walked with the girl until she was home safely and informed her parents about what had just happened.
Rik shared his daughter’s encounter on Facebook to warn people with children walking home alone from school. He wrote: “WARNING! My 15 year old daughter was walking home from Weatherhead today through Wallasey village and witnessed an older man walk up to a girl with a Harry Potter backpack and a green coat.
“The man put his arm around her claiming he was her “dads friend,” My daughter recognised that the girl looked alarmed and didn’t know the man and followed them from by the co-op to the crossing by the petrol station.
“Please make your children aware if they walk home alone.”
Emma described the man as being around 6ft tall with short grey hair and stubble. He was of large build wearing a green t-shirt and black trousers.
Leaked documents reveal which Covid restrictions may remain after July 19th
We might have to wear our face masks for a little bit longer…
Leaked documents are claiming that the current social distancing rules and restrictions will be staying in place after the revised ‘freedom day’ on July 19th.
The memo, obtained by Politico, listed a number of restrictions that the government plans to keep in place for the foreseeable future.
According to the leaked documents, face masks may have to remain mandatory in certain settings for the long term, employers and employees will be told to decide amongst themselves as to whether they want to return to the office or work from home.
As well as that, it says some form of border control and quarantine will be needed for a significant period of time to prevent new variants entering the country.
The memo also states that plastic screens – such as those currently used in hairdressers and restaurants – may actually spread Covid rather than prevent it.
Ministers are also considering bringing in new rules for businesses to keep workplaces better ventilated, the documents claim.
Cabinet office sources have since stressed that the document was one of several including multiple options – with nothing signed off by ministers yet or anywhere near being announced.
This comes just days after Prime Minister Boris Johnson pushed back the highly anticipated ‘freedom day’, June 21st, by just short of a month to July 19th.
Johnson said this was a result of the new Delta variant, which makes up for 90% of new cases across the country: “I think it is sensible to wait just a little longer.
“I am confident we won’t need more than four weeks – it’s unmistakably clear that the vaccines are working – but now is the time to ease off the accelerator.
“We have the chance to save many thousands of lives by vaccinating millions more people.”
Covid vaccine to be mandatory for care home workers
The Covid-19 vaccine is to become mandatory for all care home staff members across the country, new reports detailed last night.
It is believed that care staff will be given sixteen weeks to receive the jab or will face the possibilities of either being moved to a different posting or losing their jobs entirely.
The Guardian reported that the new plans are expected to be announced in the next couple of days.
It is expected that ministers will also be pushing ahead with compulsory vaccination for most of the 1.5 million people working in social care across the country, despite employer and staff organisations warning that it could result in workers quitting rather than getting vaccinated.
The reports also claim that the government is keen to make it mandatory for the 1.38 million people who are employed by the NHS in England to get vaccinated against Covid-19 – proposals that have already been criticised by groups representing doctors, nurses and other staff.
Workers who can prove they are medically exempt from receiving the vaccine will not be affected.
The government has been widely criticised for its lack of support of care homes at the start of the pandemic; residents were heavily affected by the outbreak of Covid-19 and significant numbers, including many people with dementia, died as a result.
An investigation by Amnesty International late last year found that a series of ‘shockingly irresponsible’ Government decisions put tens of thousands of older people’s lives at risk and led to multiple violations of care home residents’ human rights.
As a result, between March 2nd and June 12th this year, 28,186 ‘excess deaths’ were recorded in care homes across England, with over 18,500 care home residents confirmed to have died with Covid-19 during this period.