Hemel shopping centre works with retailers to ensure safety of customers and staff when shops re-open
Shops selling essential items have remained open during the lockdown
The Marlowes Shopping Centre in Hemel Hempstead is working with it's retailers to put new safety measure in place when non-essential retails stroes re-open.
Following the governments new guidelines the shopping centre has been working with non-essential retailers to ensure social distancing can be maintained when they re-open.
A spokesperson for The Marlowes Shopping Centre said: "In light of the governments new guidance on the re-opening of non-essential retail stores, we are currently working closely with our retailers to review and implement a number of additional measures to ensure the safety of our guests, customers and employees.
"These measures will include an increase in current instructional and directional signage throughout the centre and a one way system in place, the introduction of sanitising stations at all entry points and the continued escalation in the intensity and frequency of our cleaning procedures, encouraging all our visitors and staff to practice good hygiene with regular hand washing.
"Whilst we look forward to welcoming back the community to the centre, the health and safety of our guests, customers and employees is our top priority."
The following key stores are still open for trade:
Holland And Barrett: 9am-5.30pm
Marks & Spencers: 8am-6pm
Tesco: 7am-10pm daily
Vision Express: Emergency appointments only, Tuesday- Saturday: 10am-5pm
Specsavers: Emergency appointments only.
Metro Bank: 10am-4pm, closed weekends
Halifax: 10am-2pm, closed weekends
HSBC: 10am-2pm, closed weekends
Natwest: 10am-1pm, closed weekends
Fresh Market is just running a market stall
Sunday trading 11am-5pm unless stated.