#Waitrose trash their own verge?

25 May

I recently noticed that Waitrose had parked one of their home-delivery vans on the verge right outside the entrance to their own Saxmundham store. I wonder if they always do that, and if that is why the verge has turned to mud? There is a huge message on side of the van which talks about being responsible, which they are not being really. Then there is another which reads ‘we shop like you shop’ however I don’t think that should give them the right to park like the most selfish of their customers! I can only assume that they just hate the idea of loosing a single parking space in their large car park, but I wonder if they said they would do that on their planning application?!

Needless to say it is illegal to park on the verge next to double yellow lines (unless they are fake lines as they were claimed to be at the Mercedes garage in Ipswich).

Showing the Waitrose van and their large car park and store beyond

Waitrose apparently trash the verge outside their own store

I wonder if their will respond to this post when they see it on twitter?

3 Responses to “#Waitrose trash their own verge?”

  1. JF May 25, 2012 at 11:46 am #

    That van also needs a good wash. I wouldn’t fancy my asparagus from a dirty, kerb-humping grocer!

  2. Tim May 5, 2013 at 3:57 pm #

    driver needs speaking to. dirty van, no no bad parking, double no no. This is not a accurate representation of how we work

    • Tim May 5, 2013 at 3:59 pm #

      Lazy, unprofessional..no driver in my branch would ever do that. thats not one journey’s worth of dirt, thats a weeks worth, you can see the finger marks on the back door

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