Sainsbury’s Filling Stations, Greenwich

Location and opening hours

Sainsbury's Filling Stations
Sainsbury's Filling Stations, Greenwich Peninsula Retail Park, 55a Bugsby's Way, Greenwich,
London  SE10 0QJ
+44 (0) 20 8305 2519
Opening hours:
Sunday 24 hours   Monday 24 hours   Tuesday 24 hours   Wednesday 24 hours   Thursday 24 hours   Friday 24 hours   Saturday 24 hours

This garage offers a shop, a car wash, a customer car park.

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More petrol stations

Other garages close to this one:

BP Connect is in Woolwich Road, less than ¾ mile away from Sainsbury's Filling Stations, and provides a convenience shop, tyre pressues, vacuum cleaners, water fill-ups, 24 hour opening.

ASDA Petrol Station is in Bugsbys Way, roughly ¾ miles away. It provides tyre pressues, convenience shop, water fill-ups, 24 hour opening.

BP Connect is in Trafalgar Road, less than a mile away, and provides a convenience shop, vacuum cleaners, tyre pressues, water fill-ups, 24 hour opening.

Esso Service Station is at 37a Shooters Hill Road, 1¼ miles from Sainsbury's Filling Stations. Esso Service Station is a petrol filling station that also has a mini market selling a variety of goods including convenience foods, snacks, drinks, confectionery and tobacco products. They also sell mobile top up cards, phonecards, scratchcards and Lotto tickets.

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Local car parks

Euro Car Parks is in Peartree Way, less than ¼ mile from Sainsbury's Filling Stations. Euro Car Parks offer a 24 hour secure parking facility. Season tickets are also available.

Peninsular Park Road Car Park is in Peninsular Park Road, about ⅓ mile away. It has an open parking area.

Brocklebank Road Car Park is in Brocklebank Road, approximately ½ mile from Sainsbury's Filling Stations.

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