Every shop and restaurant that will reopen at Meadowhall on Monday April 12 – full list

More than 200 retailers will be reopening their doors at Meadowhall from Monday (April 12) as England moves to Step 2 in its roadmap out of lockdown.

Friday, 9th April 2021, 12:01 pm

A selection of their restaurants and cafes such as McDonalds, Nando's, Five Guys, Wagamama and YO! Sushi are also offering a takeaway service for shoppers to enjoy at home.

But with the relaxation on lockdown restrictions, visitors now will have a choice to have their meals in one of two designated outdoor dining areas, including covered spaces next to Oasis Dining Quarter and a bespoke area outside the High Street entrance, next to Argos.

However, customers must be seated while eating and follow all Government guidelines around social distancing.

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BRITISH LAND: Meadowhall Shopping Centre in Sheffield, South Yorks., March 31 2021.

Red and green indicators will be used on store fronts to show if it is safe to enter or not dependent on capacity.

Below is a list of retailers reopening at Meadowhall from Monday as the shopping centre looks forward to welcoming back visitors in their premises.

All Saints Apple Boost Boux Avenue Build A Bear Workshop Clarks Costa Coffee Debenhams Boots Five Guys Burgers & Fries Flannels Footasylum Footlocker Frasers Beauty French Connection Game Goldsmiths H & M Hamleys Hollister Hugo Boss Jack Wills JD Sports Joe Browns Joules Kenji Krispy Kreme Kurt Geiger Lacoste Lego Levis L'Occitane Love Aroma Lush Marks & Spencer McDonald's Primark New Look Next Nandos Rock Up Schuh Sheffield United Size? Skechers Suit Direct The Entertainer Timberland Victoria's Secret Waterstone's Wagamama The White Company Zara

Visitors are also advised to check Meadowhall website as it will be updated from time to time and reminded that opening times and policies of individual retailers may vary, so it is recommended to check with them directly before setting off.

More information to help you plan your next visit to Meadowhall can be found on its website here: https://www.meadowhall.co.uk/planning-your-visit

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