A huge new Greggs has opened in Liverpool’s city centre.
The popular bakery chain has set up shop at Queen Square Travel Centre, with the refurbishment the first to have taken place on the site in more than 20 years.
Plans for the new Greggs venue were revealed in May by Greggs chief executive Roger Whiteside, who also announced new sites at Leeds Bradford Airport, Newcastle’s Central Station and Canary Wharf in London.
The new Greggs is now open from 6am until 8pm, with the aim of providing a spot for passengers to grab breakfast or a late evening snack.
Merseytravel took to Twitter to welcome the new venue.
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The transport executive said: “Welcome to our new neighbours @GreggsOfficial.
“We’re so excited to have them with us at our Queen Square Travel Centre as part of our recent refurbishment to make your experience more enjoyable when visiting us and on your travels”.
A spokesperson for Liverpool City Region Combined Authority said: “We are so pleased with our new neighbours in the Travel Centre and it helps us to make the best of use our assets.
“It has proven popular so far and customers have commented how nice, bright and welcoming the space is.”
Greggs is also trialling new vegan products – a vegan breakfast sausage and a vegan version of its best-selling ham and cheese baguette – in Yorkshire, with the aim of making them more available if they are successful.