No image for this store Asda Bradford Cemetery Road Superstore

Cemetery Road, Lidget Green,

Bradford, BD7 2QX

Tel: 01274 476 230
Bank holiday opening times...
Saturday 30th April Closes at 10pm
Sunday 1st May 11am - 5pm
Bank Hol Monday 7am - 8pm
Tuesday 3rd May Opens at 7am
Opening times...
Monday Opens at 7am
Tuesday 24 hours
Wednesday 24 hours
Thursday 24 hours
Friday 24 hours
Saturday Closes at 10pm
Sunday 11am - 5pm
To check opening times for specific days or dates, please feel free to contact the store using the details above.

Prices last updated on 27 April

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At this store...

PayPoint
Service information
  • PayPoint service available at this store. Need to pay bills, top-up your gas or electricity or get your TV license? Drop into store and pay simply and easily. If you're not sure whether you can pay at PayPoint, check your bill or talk to your provider. Other transactions are available – dependant on store.
  • Find out more at www.paypoint.com
24 Hour
Disabled Facilities
Pharmacy
Service information
  • Our Asda pharmacies don't just dispense prescriptions - we also offer health and wellbeing services that can save you a trip to the GP.
  • Pharmacy opening times are subject to change on Bank Holidays, please contact the store to check Pharmacy opening hours prior to visiting.
Petrol Station
George
Click & Collect
Service information
Go to the Music, Video and Games desk located on the ground floor at the back of the store
Baby Changing
Electric Car Charging

Facilities...

  • Car Park
  • Cash Machine
  • Customer WC
  • Cafe
  • Recycling

Product ranges...

  • Rotisserie
  • Organic
  • Fish Counter
  • Pizza Counter
  • Bakery Counter
  • Ethnic Foods
  • Deli Counter
  • Food to Go
  • Halal
  • Bounty packs
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Welcome to Asda Bradford Cemetery Road

My name is Alex Walsh and I am the General Store Manager of your brand new Asda Bradford superstore. I, along with all of our colleagues, look forward to welcoming you to the store.

We’re delighted to announce a new partnership with TV chef James Martin!

James Martin has announced a new partnership with Asda

Asda’s Chief Executive Officer Andy Clarke got in touch with James to see if he’d like to work with us after getting his number from a mutual acquaintance, Yorkshire-based chef James Mackenzie.

James had a look around his local Asda store and liked the friendliness of our colleagues and the freshness of our meat, veg and fish. He also realised that his Manchester restaurant gets its Wagyu beef from the same supplier that Asda does!

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An exclusive George Home collection created by a young, talented designer supported by The Prince’s Trust is now available in stores and online.

Katie Craven

Katie Craven, a 26-year-old illustrator from Ribble Valley, came up with the on trend ‘Caspian’ nautical range together with our in-house design team.

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Two-year-old Elizabeth MacTaggert loves playing in the garden – especially when she gets the chance to talk to her friends, the family of Asda gnomes.

Elizabeth and the gnomes

Mum Gemma started building the gnome collection shortly after Gnorman and Gnorma, the first gnome pair, hit Asda shelves.

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An Asda Living Store in Manchester has introduced a Saturday morning “Quiet Hour” to help customers with autism after an idea from manager Simon Lea.

Simon Lea

Starting on 7th May, he will be opening the store in Cheetham Hill an hour early to trial a “Quiet Hour” for customers who may be disturbed by loud noise.

From 8am to 9am there will be no in-store music or tannoy announcements and the televisions and escalators will be turned off. Colleagues will also be handing out maps of the store featuring pictures instead of words.

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When Asda colleague Emily Kellett took the time to chat to a stranger she didn’t realise her chance encounter would touch so many people.

Emily with Patrick

Emily, who is a Mental Health Ambassador at Asda, bumped into 86-year-old Patrick in Leeds city centre and they started chatting. When Patrick asked Emily if she had time for a coffee she said she did – and they ended up spending two hours chatting together.

Afterwards Emily posted on LinkedIn about their chance meeting, saying: "This is Patrick. He is 86 and he stopped me in Leeds yesterday to ask me how my day was. He then asked if by any chance I had time for a coffee. Meetings cancelled – I spent 2 hours with the most wonderful man.

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