Asda Living Lincoln Asda Living Lincoln

Tritton Road,

Lincoln, LN6 7BH

Tel: 01522 781540
Opening times...
Monday 9am - 8pm
Tuesday 9am - 8pm
Wednesday 9am - 8pm
Thursday 9am - 8pm
Friday 9am - 8pm
Saturday 8:30am - 7pm
Sunday 10am - 4:30pm
To check opening times for specific days or dates, please feel free to contact the store using the details above.

At this store...

Disabled Facilities
Service information
  • Disabled car parking
  • Guide dogs welcome
  • Braille services
  • Colleague assistance available
  • Push-along wheelchair available
  • Attachable trolleys
  • Wide checkout & portable chip / pin
  • Induction loop available
George
Click & Collect
Service information
Go to the collection point at the ground floor desk
Grocery Click & Collect
Service information
Go to the collection point at the ground floor desk
Baby Changing
Service information
  • The baby changing room is a vital part of the shopping experience and we aim to make it as pleasant as possible for you.
  • Asda Aces will check this room every hour for your convenience.
  • Items such as nappies and wipes may be available in the baby change room or at the Customer Service Desk.
  • Where space allows we have installed a toilet for parents within the room for a hassle free shopping trip and a chair so you can comfortably breast feed your baby.
  • Alternatively bottle-warming facilities and free baby food (with purchases over £1) are available in stores that have Cafes.

Facilities...

  • Car Park
  • Customer WC
  • Cafe

Product ranges...

  • Technology Centre
  • Bounty packs
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Welcome to Asda Living Lincoln

The store manager at Asda Living Lincoln is Barry Fowles. If you need to contact the store for any reason, please use the phone number on the left.

Our popular family of giant gnomes are back – and this time Gnorman’s mum and dad ‘Grandma’ and ‘Grandpa’ gnome are here to stay too!

Gnome family

You can find our friendly garden gnomes in selected stores from this week, Gnorman and his lovely wife Gnorma both stand at 3ft tall – and they’re just £25 each. The new Grandma and Grandpa gnomes are also 3ft tall and £28 each, and the kids Gnora and Gnoah are 2ft tall for just £20 each.

Click on the links below to see which stores each gnome is stocked in:

Gnorman
Gnorma
Gnoah
Gnora
Grandpa
Grandma

We’re trialling these fab wonky veg boxes as part of our ‘Beautiful on the Inside’ range in 128 stores in our continued effort to tackle food waste across the supply chain and to help famers.

Wonky veg box

The exclusive wonky veg boxes are packed with peculiar potatoes, crooked carrots and curved cucumbers which are all in season, as well as knobbly peppers, cabbages, onions, leeks and parsnips. They’re just £3.50 each, which is cheaper than regular shaped fruit and veg, and there will 20 boxes available in selected stores from today as part of a trial to see if the box is a hit with customers.

Find out more here

There’s been a brilliant reaction to our quirky new Purrrmaid bedding with lots of people taking to social media to say how much they love it – and Sophie Osborne likes it so much she decided to get it tattooed on her leg!

Purrrmaid tattoo

When the 27-year-old designer saw the bedding in our Shoebury store she just had to get it, and her husband Adam said he thought the Purrrmaid design would make a really good tattoo.

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We’ve had a great response to our Facebook post asking for tips on getting children to eat their greens.

February’s Good Living magazine features five fab tips – and you came up with more wonderful ways of persuading little ones to be healthy eaters on our Facebook post.

Broccoli Poodle

Lisa O’Sullivan said: “Grate veg into food and sauces, like bolognese, lasagne; I grate carrots, but I am sure that you can do almost any food.”

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Our Community Life champion Joy Milne has been inundated with requests for her popular budgeting course at Asda Inverness since we first posted about it on Facebook.

Bun Sgoil Ghadhlig Inbhir Nis

Joy, who is also a part-time teacher, came up with the idea as a fun way to teach maths, budgeting and healthy eating to primary schoolchildren.

This month Joy has started teaching two new primary school groups and she has also had requests from other community groups who work with vulnerable adults.

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