Co-op Food – Castle Road is located at 74 Castle Rd, Salisbury SP1 3RR, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Co-op Food – Castle Road and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01722 331010 or visit our website

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Need to know more about this business, please call us during business hours or visit our website and can get more information – of Co-op Food – Castle Road by https://finder.coop.co.uk/food/store/SP1-3RR/74-castle-road .

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Jonathan Plows

5 Google Rating

Friendly and efficient staff in a busy shop.

5/ 5

Friendly and efficient staff in a busy shop.

Moin Chowdhury

5 Google Rating

Carl,the mamager...Nice person.Bless him...

5/ 5

Carl,the mamager...Nice person.Bless him...

Ron Lightfoot

5 Google Rating

Great local convenience store

5/ 5

Great local convenience store

terence themonkey

4 Google Rating

Good

4/ 5

Good

Sarah Henstridge

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

Amy Wagstaff-Weston

5 Google Rating

Staff are always polite, good opening times. Car park can be quite busy but very handy for the nearb

5/ 5

Staff are always polite, good opening times. Car park can be quite busy but very handy for the nearby park.

Jon Race

5 Google Rating

Fine place , good quality food and excellent service. Helpful and patient staff. Remember we go in t

5/ 5

Fine place , good quality food and excellent service. Helpful and patient staff. Remember we go in to do “a shop” . They have to work here and bee in the same place as all of us shoppers. So they have a much higher chance of catching this dreaded virus.

Trudi Lewington

5 Google Rating

Clean tidy and had a pizza and larger promotion for £5.00

5/ 5

Clean tidy and had a pizza and larger promotion for £5.00

Amelia Thomas

4 Google Rating

Great, the baked goods were warm, however, I think you should expand on your vegan range because I w

4/ 5

Great, the baked goods were warm, however, I think you should expand on your vegan range because I was trying to find my vegan friend something for her birthday but all I could find were pistachios so I gave her pistachios for her birthday

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