when you collect click and collect food you park near the designated area(think its near the nursery) you wait til your van turns up at your time slot so there might be a small group waiting for the same van.
The fact they're letting in 10 at a time really is helping. When I queued at 12.40 today, the queue was just past the cashpoints. When I left at 1pm, it was starting to stretch around the back of the car park.
Much improved this morning, about 15 people in front, queue moved reasonably once it got going. On exiting the end of the queue was in front of starbux which had reopened for takeaway and Uber collections.
Do people really use uber for a coffee???
It's a shame Sainsbury's couldn't fit a WiFi CCTV camera up that we could log into. Perhaps at the entrance looking out towards the nursery. Possible to judge then what the queue 'looked' like and whether it was worth going out or not.
Went to Sainsbury's 2 weeks ago and in front of me were two young couples...by the time we got into the store they had separated into 4 individuals with 4 trolleys. In the store they met up again.....so much for allowing only 1 person from a family at a time.
Also my near neighbour goes by car to Sainsbury's frequently and at the same time her partner gets a home delivery.....from Morrisons (I suppose they don't want the supermarket to know)
Another neighbour got a massive home delivery from Waitrose about 3 weeks ago and after the van had gone a car came by and another person went to their house and they loaded up the car with bags and bags of the Waitrose groceries.
Just some pointers of how to circumvent the Covid rules- Cummings has got nothing on these 'people'
I have just been to Bell Green Sainsburys - no queue at all when I came out at 9:00am and they had very stocked shelves. I know it isn't convenient for all, but thought I would mention it on here just in case. Tuesdays at 8:30am seem good!
> I seem to recall reading in the Southwark News
> sometime ago a plan by Southwark to narrow the
> road to restrict car passage.
Don't suppose you remember what the rational was do you? Sounds like more Southwark congestion making madness to bump up some figures somewhere they want ratifying.
Given how slowly the buses head up the hill, especially from the lights, it'll cause more problems than I can imagine it would solve.