A TRAVEL bureau at a Keighley supermarket has reopened.

Sainsbury’s resumed business at its bureau in the Cavendish Street store yesterday (July 12).

The move came following the Government announcement that Britons would be able to travel to several countries without quarantining on their return, which has provided a sales boom for holiday companies.

Bureau customers can buy and sell a range of currencies – from Euros and US dollars to the less-used ­– and transfer money abroad with Western Union.

If holidays are cancelled due to changing circumstances, customers can return their travel money at the exchange rate purchased, if they retain their receipt.

Jason King, for Sainsbury’s Bank, said: “We’re delighted to welcome back travel money customers to our Keighley store.

“Whether it’s buying currency for a holiday abroad, selling back any extra from your trip or sending money to friends and family overseas with Western Union, we’re open and ready.”

He adds that strict hygiene procedures are in place to ensure the safe handling of cash, for the protection of staff and customers.

Sainsbury’s, which has 226 in-store travel bureaux nationally, has also reopened its online travel money service.