Agreed, the Co-op is only worth using for 'top-up' shopping on the way home from work or similar. However, what about what would happen to Lewis's, which is an excellent shop, or the shop bit of the Post Office, or the Cabbage Patch and Stamens, the greetings card shop, etc? They would all be badly damaged if Sainsbury's came. The new store would also totally overshadow the new reading garden at the childrens centre, which would be a great shame. Price is important in these difficult times, but so is maintaining the character of the village; it's part of what makes Greasby an attractive place to live.