Free Wi-Fi for customers at new look Greggs in Ipswich

Greggs today delivered a trading update covering the first quarter of the year.
Photo: Tim Ireland/

Greggs today delivered a trading update covering the first quarter of the year. Photo: Tim Ireland/PA Wire - Credit: PA

Greggs has undertaken a remodel of its shop at 51 Westgate Street in Ipswich, which has now re-opened as one of the business’s new-look outlets.

The new shop is designed to meet the demands of busy food-on-the-go shoppers and offer customers a contemporary food-on-the-go experience. Seating and free Wi-Fi is also available for customers who wish to relax and enjoy their purchases inside the shop.

The shop will offer savouries and sandwiches, freshly prepared throughout the day, as well as a range of confectionary products. Those looking for a lighter option can sample the Balanced Choice range; a selection of sandwiches, salads, soups, porridge and fruit - all for less than 400 calories. Customers can also enjoy a wide range of hot drinks, including freshly ground coffee which is made with a unique blend of 100% Fairtrade Arabica beans and rich-tasting Robusta beans.

Wendy Louise Petch, shop manager at Greggs Ipswich Westgate Street, said: “I’m very proud to be managing this new-look shop and the shop team are looking forward to hearing what the local community think.”

Raymond Reynolds, retail director for Greggs, said: “We’re delighted to be able to invest in Ipswich and provide our valued customers with a modern and comfortable upgrade to the shop. This underlines our long-term commitment to the area and I’m sure it will be enjoyed by existing and new customers alike.”


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