Morrisons expands Click and Collect service amid third coronavirus lockdown

Morrisons is expanding its Click and Collect service to help feed the UK during the third national lockdown.

By Jonathon Reilly
Friday, 8th January 2021, 4:45 pm

At the start of March 2020, just 14 of the supermarket chain’s stores offered the service.

That number grew to 280 in the second coronavirus lockdown and Morrisons has now introduced the facility to 447 supermarkets across Britain.

Falkirk district will benefit from the service, which allows customers to complete an order online and make a contact-free collection from a store without an additional delivery charge at a convenient time that.

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Morrisons has expanded its Click and Collect service to help feed the UK amid the third coronavirus lockdown. Contributed.

Since last March, Morrisons has also introduced a Doorstep Delivery service for elderly and vulnerable customers wishing to place a next day delivery order. Anyone wishing to use the service should call 0345 611 6111 and select option 5.

Same-day deliveries with Amazon and Deliveroo for quick and convenient shopping can also be made, while a selection of food boxes are available online, deliverable the next day if ordered before 3pm.

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