Get a Saveloy dip kit delivered to your home - Dicksons rolls out home delivery to now include Whitburn

Whitburn residents are the latest to be able to enjoy a Saveloy dip whilst self-isolating - as Dicksons continues to ramp up its home delivery service in the borough.

Monday, 27th April 2020, 3:53 pm
Updated Monday, 27th April 2020, 3:55 pm

The South Shields-based firm has announced it will be adding another stop to its route as the home delivery app is rolled out to residents in Whitburn.

As of Monday, April 27 delivery on certain items is available for those living in South Shields, Cleadon, East and West Boldon, Wardley, Pelaw - and now Whitburn.

Dicksons first launched its home delivery app back in January before the coronavirus outbreak hit the UK.

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Mike Dickson Jr, retail operations manager at the launch of the home delivery app back in January.

Since lockdown measures were introduced in March - and all non-essential retailers forced to close - the firm has been encouraging its customers to have their favourite products delivered to their doorstep instead, with bosses promising they were working to “meet customer needs”.

South Tyneside residents can now have hampers of essential items delivered to their door with boxes of deli items, groceries, meat, cakes and snacks available to order.

Products include the ‘legendary’ Saveloy dip kit – which comes with ten Saveloys, pease pudding, stuffing and bread buns.

A full menu of hot food has also been made available for delivery through Uber Eats – but this is currently only on offer to those living within three miles of the Boldon Lane shop.

Search Dicksons Collection and Delivery App on the app store to download the app or visit for more information.

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