A look at a Budgens supermarket in Sheffield.
The supermarket on London Road was a Sainsbury's Local until February this year.
It reopened as a Budgens shortly after.
You don't see Budgens as much as you used to.
The building really stands out and is one of the oldest in the area. A lovely sight to spot.
It opened as The Lansdowne Picture Palace in 1914 and became a Mecca dance hall called The Locarno in the 1950s. It underwent a number of name changes during its time as a nightclub.
Interestingly the building was a Marks & Spencer for a short time in the late 1940s.
|Social distancing signage and the welcome mat at the entrance|
Budgens was founded by John Budgen in 1872.
The company is now a subsidiary of Booker Group, part of Tesco plc.