Dicksons team up with Uber Eats to bring hot home delivery menu to South Shields residents - here's how you can order

South Shields residents can now have a hot Saveloy dip or pie and chips delivered to their door as Dicksons continue to expand their home delivery offering.

Thursday, 23rd April 2020, 10:57 am
Updated Sunday, 26th April 2020, 12:47 am

The popular family firm has teamed up with Uber Eats to offer a full delivery menu from their Boldon Lane shop.

Bosses have been cooking up new ways for customers to enjoy their favourite products despite the coronavirus outbreak in recent weeks.

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Now they are delivering a full menu of hot food to residents who live within three miles of the Boldon Lane store.

Items include the famous Saveloy dips, steak and mince pies, chips and full breakfasts – as well as a selection of snacks and cakes.

The menu which goes live on Uber Eats on Thursday, April 23 will be available every day from 9am-2pm.

Mike Dickson Jr, retail operations manager announced the plans for a new home delivery app in January.

The team is continuing to deliver boxes of essential items to homes in South Shields, Cleadon, East and West Boldon, Wardley and Pelaw.

Options available include meat, deli items, groceries and sweet treats - as well as the ‘legendary’ Saveloy dip kit.

As of Monday, April 27 they will also be increasing the number of delivery slots available to meet demand.

Search for Dicksons Boldon Lane on Uber Eats and search Dicksons Collection and Delivery App on the app store.

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