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New jobs created by opening of Sainsbury’s in Tottenham

15:28 07 February 2013

David Lammy MP was one of a number of guests at the opening of a new Sainsbury

David Lammy MP was one of a number of guests at the opening of a new Sainsbury's Local store in Tottenham

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Thirty new jobs were created in Tottenham thanks to the opening of a new Sainsbury’s store.

The Sainsbury’s Local store opened close to Seven Sisters station on Wednesday. MP for Tottenham David Lammy opened the store, which is aiming to raise thousands of pounds for Haringey-based community charity, Markfield, over the next year.

Mr Lammy said: “I am pleased to see Sainsbury’s committing once again to our community. Their stores provide jobs and are vital to regenerating our High Road.”

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