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Greggs opens first ever drive-thru at Integra 61 in County Durham

BREAKFASTS, donuts and lattes is the order of the day as Greggs has just opened its first-ever drive-thru cafe in County Durham.

The shiny new eatery at Integra 61, near Bowburn in Durham, opened on Monday after plans were first unveiled in December.

Offering up the usual food and drink offerings including bacon butties, sausage rolls and stotties, the drive-thru offers click and collect and dine-in options.

It also features its very own outdoor seating area with picnic benches to coincide with the extreme temperatures in the North East.

The site is already home to the huge Amazon ‘MME2′ warehouse, which opened back in 2020 and employs more than 1,000 permanent staff and hundreds of seasonal workers.

Meanwhile, it is opposite the recently-opened Costa Coffee drive-thru, which has been popular with Amazon workers and passers-by.

It follows on from the opening of Greggs’ first-ever drive-thru in the North East, a site at Sandy Lane in Newcastle, back in 2019.

Roisin Currie, Retail and Property Director for Greggs, previously said: “Our new drive-thru site in County Durham will provide customers with a modern and convenient new place to experience all their Greggs favourites on-the-go.”

David Cullingford, Project Lead for Integra 61 and Citrus Durham, said: “Since we opened Costa Coffee, the roadside element of Integra 61 is really taking shape and we are delighted to be welcoming Greggs to the scheme.

“With the high volume of Amazon workers, drive-thru customers and the homeowners all bringing life to Integra 61, we are excited to be discussing options with a number of parties for the remaining widespread opportunities from industrial units to trade counter units and showrooms in addition to a nursery and hotel.”

The new Greggs is open from 6am til 5pm, Monday to Friday.

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