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To book an area, email Morrisons Community Champion, with bookings taken on a first come first serve basis.
"As we own our abattoirs and end-to-end meat production, we saw an opportunity to connect the supply chains and support our dairy farmers more," said Morrisons agricultural manager Sophie Throup.
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The scheme has been backed by the NFU, whose president Minette Batters said: "The NFU welcomes this announcement by Morrisons to provide additional funding for the training of farmers and growers.
David Potts, Morrisons chief executive, said: " Morrisons conveniently located local supermarkets and Amazon's very popular website and customer offer are an ideal combination, offering ultra-fast same day grocery home delivery for customers in and around cities across Britain.
Morrisons said the same day delivery service will now be rolled out to other UK cities, including Glasgow, Newcastle, Liverpool, Sheffield, and Portsmouth.
Morrisons said both conversions had shown positive early signs, with strong sales growth.
Not forgetting Morrisons delicious bakery and fish counters, Moira had brought along some tasters of various breads baked in store and also cheeses which went down very well.
Morrisons has introduced a number of measures over the last 12 months to reduce plastic use which include:
Rejecting the appeal brought by Morrisons, the appeal judges said they agreed with the High Court judge that Morrisons was "vicariously liable for the torts committed by Mr Skelton against the claimants.
Head of Cafes at Morrisons, Helen Tordoff, said: "Our standard cooked breakfast is one of our most popular meals on the menu, but customers have asked for one that's even bigger.