Coronavirus update

 Update 6th April 2021

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As you may be aware some important dates are coming up as part of the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown. Some businesses including non-essential retail, gyms and health & beauty services can reopen from Monday 12th April, and from Monday 17th May restaurants and cafes will be able to serve food and drink to guests indoors.

Please note that these are Government’s guidelines and while we expect many stores and services to reopen as soon as they can, please check with individual stores for their reopening dates and hours before visiting the centre. As always, we will be keeping our website and social media channels updated with specific store information.

We look forward to welcoming guests back in as safe a way as possible. Visitors should remember to wash their hands regularly, wear a face mask unless exempt, and keep two metres from other people.

We will be operating our traffic light system and publish the best times to visit on our social media channels to help you shop when the centre is quietest. Some stores will likely have their own queuing systems in place as well.

As you may be aware some important dates are coming up as part of the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown. Some businesses including non-essential retail, gyms and health & beauty services can reopen from Monday 12th April, and from Monday 17th May restaurants and cafes will be able to serve food and drink to guests indoors.

Please note that these are Government’s guidelines and while we expect many stores and services to reopen as soon as they can, please check with individual stores for their reopening dates and hours before visiting the centre. As always, we will be keeping our website and social media channels updated with specific store information.

We look forward to welcoming guests back in as safe a way as possible. Visitors should remember to wash their hands regularly, wear a face mask unless exempt, and keep two metres from other people.

We will be operating our traffic light system and publish the best times to visit on our social media channels to help you shop when the centre is quietest. Some stores will likely have their own queuing systems in place as well.

The dates of changes are subject to the Government’s guidelines. See below for a summary of the key dates and visit our website for the latest store and safety information.

From Monday 12th April...

  • All non-essential shops can reopen.
  • Gyms can reopen, visits should be on your own or with others from your household.
  • Hairdressers, barbers, beauty and nail salons can resume business.
  • Restaurants and cafes continue to offer takeaway services which, where provided, can be consumed on outdoor seating facilities. Please keep to your household or bubble.
  • To respect and protect each other, you should still keep 2m away from other people and wear a face covering unless exempt. Find out more 

From Monday 17th May...

  • Restaurants and cafes will be allowed to serve food and drink to guests seated indoors. The rule of 6 or two households still applies.
  • To respect and protect each other, you should still keep 2m away from other people and wear a face covering unless exempt.