Asda Morecambe Asda Morecambe Supermarket

Lancaster Road,

Morecambe, LA4 5QW

Tel: 01524 300300
Opening times...
Monday 7am - 11pm
Tuesday 7am - 11pm
Wednesday 7am - 11pm
Thursday 7am - 11pm
Friday 7am - 11pm
Saturday 7am - 11pm
Sunday 10am - 4pm
To check opening times for specific days or dates, please feel free to contact the store using the details above.

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
Disabled Facilities
Click & Collect
Service information
Go to the Click & Collect desk located at the Kiosk at the front of the store
George Essentials

Facilities...

  • Car Park
  • Cash Machine

Product ranges...

  • Rotisserie
  • Organic
  • Bakery Counter
  • Ethnic Foods
  • Food to Go
  • Hot Chicken
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Welcome to Asda Morecambe

The manager of your Asda Supermarket in Morecambe is Sue Trigg. You'll find everything you need to do a full weekly shop at the same everyday low prices as our bigger stores. If you need to contact the store for any reason, please use the number on the left.

More of our hugely popular wonky veg boxes are due to arrive in selected stores today.
Wonky veg box

They’ve just been named Product of the Year for Healthy Food – voted for by UK consumers.

We’ve sold 120,000 boxes of the misshapen veg as part of our mission to cut food waste. They contain 5kg of fresh produce – carrots, potatoes, peppers, cucumber, cabbage, leeks, parsnips and onions – and at £3.50 per box they’re 30% cheaper than standard lines. The exact contents will depend on the season.

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We’ve been getting behind the charity Dame Esther Rantzen set up to provide help, support and friendship to older people living on their own.

Heather with inset picture of Esther

The Asda Foundation is helping to fund The Silver Line’s Letter Friend scheme where volunteers exchange letters with people like Heather, who struggled with loneliness after her husband Ken died. And our colleagues across the country are spreading the word about the great work The Silver Line does.

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Asda customer Penelope posted a lovely message on Facebook thanking our Middlesbrough colleague Wendy for the way she calmed her little boy Junior when he was throwing a tantrum.

Wendy with Junior

Penelope said her shopping trip with Junior had turned into a real ordeal and she was dreading getting to the checkout with an unhappy toddler.

But 16-month-old Junior immediately calmed down when Wendy took him in her arms and entertained him as she scanned Penelope’s shopping.

Penelope, 26, said: “She was so good with him – she was just lovely. It genuinely meant the world to me to be given just a little helping hand.”

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Asda’s first ever pizza counter opened 30 years ago at our Nottingham West Bridgford store – and our colleague Karen has been serving delicious pizzas to customers since the very first day.

Karen with Community Champion Christine and Deputy Store Mansger Steve

Store manager Tony Brennan said: “Our customers love Karen just as much as the pizzas she makes and some even ask for her by name.”

She said: “I love seeing the same faces week in week out at the pizza counter; if certain customers don’t come in, I get worried as I know that some customers just love our pizzas.”

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Asda customer Kathryn contacted us on social media to tell us how wonderful our Peterborough colleague Jo is after she came to her aid when her car crashed.

Kathryn and Jo

Jo stopped to help when she spotted Kathryn’s car had crashed off a frozen country road. Kathryn said: “She was like an angel. She was brilliant and so reassuring.”

Mum-of-two Kathryn Eldridge, 32, had to clamber out of the passenger door when her car span off the road, smashed through a fence and ended up in a field.

Other cars went past without stopping but when 21-year-old Jo Durndell – on her way to work – spotted distraught Kathryn she stopped and ran to help her.

Kathryn said: "Once I’d managed to get out of the car I was shaken and crying, and I looked up and saw Jo running towards me with her arms open. She said ‘come here’ and gave me a big hug and asked if I was ok.

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