Fenwick to reopen all stores from June 15

Fenwick to reopen all stores from June 15

Fenwick is the latest British department store to announce its store
reopening plan in response to the loosening of Covid-19 lockdown measures
in the UK. On Monday, June 15, all nine stores will reopen their doors to
offer in-store service again.

While Fenwick stores in Bracknell, Brent Cross, Canterbury, Colchester,
Kingston, Newcastle, Tunbridge Wells and York will reopen all of their
departments, only the ground floor of the Bond Street store in London will
be open to the public. It has been “reconfigured to feature a selection of
items from all floors,” the luxury department store group said.

The department stores have also adopted several precautionary measures
to protect the safety of customers and staff: hosts will greet customers at
the door, a clear one-way signage system has been established and store
capacity will be managed. Additionally, in compliance with governmental
guidelines, the company explained that restaurants, cafes and beauty
services will remain closed for the time being.

“With the imminent reopening of our shops, the safety of our colleagues
and customers is our absolute priority and we have been working diligently
in order to make our stores compliant with the guidelines, yet still give
our customers a truly Fenwick experience,” said John Edgar, CEO of Fenwick,
in a statement. “We are ready and prepared to open our physical stores on
June 15 and we are very much looking forward to welcoming our customers

Photo Credit: Fenwick, Facebook


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