Asda Worcester Asda Worcester Supercentre

Silver Street,

Worcester, WR1 2DA

Tel: 01905 680300
Opening times...
Monday 6am - 10pm
Tuesday 6am - 10pm
Wednesday 6am - 10pm
Thursday 6am - 10pm
Friday 6am - 10pm
Saturday 6am - 10pm
Sunday 11am - 5pm

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

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
Community Champion
Disabled Facilities
Pharmacy
Service opening times Service information
Monday 8am - 10pm
Tuesday 6am - 10pm
Wednesday 6am - 10pm
Thursday 6am - 10pm
Friday 6am - 10pm
Saturday 6am - 10pm
Sunday 11am - 5pm
  • 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.
George
Click & Collect
Service information
Click & Collect is located to the right of the Customer Service desk in the foyer.
Baby Changing
Electric Car Charging

Facilities...

  • Car Park
  • Cash Machine
  • Customer WC
  • Cafe

Product ranges...

  • Rotisserie
  • Fish Counter
  • Pizza Counter
  • Bakery Counter
  • Food to Go
  • Electrical goods
  • Butcher Counter
  • Bounty packs
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Welcome to Asda Worcester

The manager of your Asda Worcester Superstore is Rachel Stokes. If you need to contact the store for any reason, please use the phone number on the left.

Amazing 99-year-old Beatrice sells knitted poppies at our Worcester store

One of our oldest customers – 99-year-old Beatrice Furlong – has been busy knitting woollen poppies to raise money for the annual Poppy Appeal at our Worcester store.

Beatrice and her daughter Mal are well known for their tireless community work in the local area. Read more

'Phenomenal' colleague Denise nominated for BBC Sports Personality of the Year's Unsung Hero award

Well done to our fantastic colleague Denise Larrad who's been nominated for BBC Sports Personality of the Year's Unsung Hero award after inspiring local people to join her fitness groups.

Denise, who works at our Lutterworth depot, has set up running and walking clubs for people aged 14 to 72 and has also run marathons and climbed Kilimanjaro, raising tens of thousands of pounds for charity. Read more

Pudsey joins Asda colleagues on a special school visit for Children in Need

Colleagues at our stores across the country are getting behind this year's BBC Children in Need appeal – like Sandra Deakins and Phil Henderson who joined Pudsey for a special visit to a primary school ... in Pudsey.

They read his first book, Playtime with Pudsey, to reception class pupils at Park Spring Primary School as part of our Power of Play initiative with BBC Children in Need. Money raised at Asda this year is being used to help inspire youngsters with new playtime ideas and give disadvantaged children more opportunities to play. Read more

Royal British Legion thank Asda colleagues for their Poppy Appeal support

Our colleagues across the country are big supporters of the annual Poppy Appeal – and in Sittingbourne the local Royal British Legion have recognised the store’s efforts with a special award.

Their secretary Dave Powell – pictured above with the store's community champion Claire Fosbeary – said: "Asda and Claire really are brilliant. If it wasn't for their backing, we wouldn't be able to do what we do." Read more

Friendly Thornaby store colleagues are ‘like a family’ to 82-year-old Wilf

Wilf Reed – who’s 82 – comes in to our Thornaby store every day of the week and always has a smile on his face as he shops and chats to colleagues like Linda Moody, who’s worked there for 47 years.

Wilf’s daughter Elaine (pictured below, right) said the store has become “a very social outlet for him” since his wife Marion died four years ago. Read more