All the stores remaining open at Meadowhall as third national lockdown begins
Non-essential shops across England have been ordered to close during the third national lockdown, which was announced by Prime Minister Boris Johnson last night.
Only essential stores can remain open, though non-essential retailers can still operate click-and-collect and delivery services, while cafes, restaurants and pubs can offer takeaways, deliveries and click-and-collect, under the new measures designed to curb the spread of coronavirus.
That means most shops at Meadowhall are now closed for the foreseeable future, but below is the full list of stores at the shopping centre which remain open for now.
Holland & Barrett
iSmash tech repair
Krispy Kreme (Upper High Street) – TAKEAWAY AND DELIVERY ONLY
Marks & Spencer
Max Speilmann: The Photo Expert
McDonald’s – TAKEAWAY AND DELIVERY ONLY
Nationwide Building Society
Next – CLICK AND COLLECT ONLY
Optical Express – APPOINTMENTS ONLY
Starbucks (The Arcade) – TAKEAWAY AND DELIVERY ONLY
Starbucks (The Gallery) – TAKEAWAY AND DELIVERY ONLY
Subway (Lower High Street) – TAKEAWAY AND DELIVERY ONLY
Ted Baker – CLICK AND COLLECT ONLY
Vision Express – APPOINTMENTS ONLY
Wagamama – TAKEAWAY AND DELIVERY ONLY
Information according to Meadowhall’s website, accurate at the time of publication
Customers are advised to check with individual stores before setting off as opening times may vary.
Although some cafes and restaurants are offering a takeaway service, no food can be consumed on site.
Meadowhall says that visitor numbers are being carefully managed to ensure people can maintain social distancing, while red and green lights on store fronts indicate whether it is safe to enter, depending on capacity.
Under the new lockdown rules, people are being advised to stay at home with very limited exceptions, which include buying things at shops or obtaining services.
People are being asked to avoid travelling outside of their village, town or the part of a city where they live ‘wherever possible’, though they can leave their local area to buy goods and access services where necessary.
Visitors to Meadowhall must wear a face covering at all times, in line with national rules, unless they are exempt for medical reasons.
They are also being asked to wash their hands regularly, use the hand sanitising stations available and choose contactless payments where possible.