Debenhams, Primark, Next among shops ready to re-open at County Mall next week
County Mall is set to reopen all non-essential retail stores after more than three months of a national lockdown.
The Crawley-based shopping centre is in the midst of preparing to welcome back shoppers from near and far to more than 70 retail stores, previously closed following government guidance. Brands such as Debenhams, Primark, Next, The Entertainer, and Goldsmiths will be reopening their stores to the public from April 12.
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Like the stores themselves, County Mall have special measures in place to ensure a safe, and pleasant environment for visitors.
- Hand sanitiser stations at all entrances of the centre and within to allow shoppers to regularly disinfect their hands.
- One-way systems & queuing in place to maintain social distancing and visitor numbers in the centre
- Enhanced cleaning and regular deep cleaning of the public spaces, bathrooms & baby change facilities
- As per government guidelines unless exempt, face coverings must be worn by all visitors while in the centre
Simon Cuckow, centre manager of County Mall said: “We are thrilled to be welcoming back our much-missed shoppers to County Mall following government guidance which allows the reopening of non-essential retailers from April 12.
“Customers are very much our number one priority and shoppers can rest assured we have COVID-19 secure measures in place to keep them, our retailers, and our staff safe. This includes one-way systems, increased cleaning and unless exempt, the wearing of face coverings inside the Mall.
“We ask that all our visitors remain considerate of each other during this challenging time, and to follow the rules and measures in place at County Mall to ensure a pleasant shopping experience for all.”
County Mall will open non-essential retail from 9am on Monday Wednesday 12th April. Individual store times may vary. For more information, please visit the County Mall website.