Asda Worcester Asda Worcester Superstore

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...

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
Community Champion
Disabled Facilities
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.
Click & Collect
Service information
Click & Collect is located to the right of the Customer Service desk in the foyer.
Baby Changing
Electric Car Charging


  • 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 Nick Farmer. If you need to contact the store for any reason, please use the phone number on the left.

Green token winners

Congratulations to ARCOS – the Association for Rehabilitation of Communication and Oral Skills – who won our latest in-store Green Token Giving customer vote and received a cheque for £500 from the Asda Foundation.

Posted by John Horsley from Asda Worcester

Good luck to Harry from Asda Wrexham in the wheelchair rugby Celtic Cup

Good luck to Harry Jones who works at our Wrexham store and will be playing wheelchair rugby league for Wales in the Celtic Cup this weekend.

Harry, who's 20, took up the sport six years ago when he was diagnosed with photosensitive epilepsy and had to stop playing running rugby. Read more

Matthew's going for gold as part of Team GB's Special Olympics squad

Congratulations to Matthew White from our Dundee Kirkton store who's been selected for the Great Britain team for the Special Olympics World Summer Games in Abu Dhabi.

Matthew, who's 38, has learning disabilities which mean he struggles with reading, writing and understanding. He's worked at the store as a porter for 17 years. With the help and encouragement of his mum Sheila, he applied for a place on the ten pin bowling team for the Summer Olympics, and impressed the selection panel with his sporting talent and personal qualities – and he'll now join a 192-strong British team at the games next March. Read more

'Ray of sunshine' Alnashir loves putting smiles on people's faces

Our wonderful colleague Alnashir Pabani loves putting a smile on customers' faces at the checkouts of our Tonypandy store – and this week his legendary service has been making headlines.

A story celebrating his work by Wales Online has been shared thousands of times, with lots of customers taking the time to say how much he brightens their day. Read more

Minibus paid for by Asda Foundation grant helps community action group

Our Bury St Edmunds store’s community champion Michelle Frost handed over the keys to a minibus which the volunteers working to transform an estate in the town say is “making a massive difference” to their efforts.

The Priors Estate Action Group bought the bus with a surprise £10,000 donation they were given by the Asda Foundation last Christmas. It means they can organise day trips for elderly people who might otherwise be isolated and they've been able to set up a new football team for children living on the estate. Read more