Asda Falkirk Asda Falkirk Superstore

3 Newmarket Centre,

Falkirk, FK1 1JT

Tel: 01324 636191
Opening times...
Monday 8am - 10pm
Tuesday 8am - 10pm
Wednesday 8am - 10pm
Thursday 8am - 10pm
Friday 8am - 10pm
Saturday 8am - 10pm
Sunday 8am - 10pm

For detailed service opening times within this store, click on the clock icon(s) shown in the 'At this store...' column.

At this store...

Max Spielmann Photo Machine
TrolleyWise
Service information
  • Have you found an Asda trolley in your community that has been taken from our store? Let us know exactly where it is and we’ll come and collect it and return it back to Asda.
  • Be the hero and rescue an abandoned trolley and return it to its rightful home by downloading the Trolleywise app on Google Play: http://bit.ly/2FxjZUM
  • Click here to find out how to get in touch: http://bit.ly/2HeJOpl
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
Community Champion
Disabled Facilities
Service information
  • Disabled car parking
  • Assistance dogs welcome
  • Braille services
  • Colleague assistance available
  • Push-along wheelchair available
  • Attachable trolleys
  • Electric scooter available
  • Wide checkout & portable chip / pin
  • Induction loop available
George
Click & Collect
Service information
To collect your order, go to the internal touch screen near the entrance in store

Facilities...

  • Car Park
  • Cash Machine
  • Customer WC

Product ranges...

  • Rotisserie
  • Organic
  • Fish Counter
  • Pizza Counter
  • Ethnic Foods
  • Food to Go
  • Bounty packs
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Welcome to Asda Falkirk

The store manager at Asda Falkirk is Paul Traynor. If you need to contact the store for any reason, please use the phone number on the left.

PLUS Forth Valley

I had a lovely meeting with Karen Scott and Fiona McGregor of PLUS – a group who work with children with disabilities and their families – discussing ways that Asda can help with volunteering and donations.  They will be telling their group their group about our Happy Little Helper boards.

Posted by Margaret Bradie from Asda Falkirk

Local schoolchildren perform Christmas carols at our Falkirk store

Children from Bantaskin Primary School delighted everyone at our Falkirk store by performing Christmas carols.

Posted by Margaret Bradie from Asda Falkirk

'Fantastic listener' Gwen helps Atherton & Leigh Foodbank support hundreds of people

Our Leigh store’s wonderful community champion Gwen Appleton has volunteered at her local food bank every week for the last five years – and now she’s helped secure a £29,808 donation for it from the Asda Fight Hunger Create Change programme.

The donation will enable Atherton and Leigh Foodbank to pay the rent at their distribution warehouse, which volunteers say would have been hard to pay for without the grant. Read more

Community champion Liz loves making a difference to the area where she lives

I joined the store eight years ago, initially as a Christmas temp. After a year in customer services, the community champion role came up and I've now spent seven amazing years in the role. I love it because it makes me feel humble and proud of the way I can make such a positive impact on where I live, and I meet such a wide a variety of amazing people all doing their bit for Warrington. Last year alone, with Asda Foundation grants, Green Token Giving and colleague and customer fundraising, we donated £40,338.17 from our store alone!

I love working with my wonderful colleagues and so many local charities, groups and good causes. I kept a diary of what I did for a week to give an idea of what the role of an Asda community champion involves: Read more

Tyree gains in confidence after 'phenomenal act of kindness' from Mark at Asda Antrim

Twelve-year-old Tyree Hill has learning disabilities that mean he struggles to communicate and can find things overwhelming – but his mum Kellie says he’s been transformed by a “phenomenal act of kindness” from Mark Smyth at our Antrim store.

Kellie noticed Tyree was showing an interest in wildlife and posted on Facebook to see if any of her friends might have tips. Mark, who's a wildlife enthusiast, got in touch and gave Tyree a book on birds that really inspired him. Mark's been finding more wildlife magazines and pictures to share with him – and Kellie says Tyree's getting so much joy from everything he’s learning. Read more