B&Q reopens 61 more stores with full list of locations released

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DIY store B&Q has announced that it will reopen an additional 61 stores today, Wednesday, April 22.

The street favorite said on Saturday April 18 that he would reopen 14 of his stores nationwide in the coming weeks.

But he has now made the decision to reopen a few more of his stores.

A B&Q spokesperson said that “strict social distancing measures” would be in place in all stores.

There will also be two-meter floor markers in stores and Plexiglas screens at checkouts.

Here is the full list of stores now open:

Aberdeen

Bamber Bridge

Basildon

Blackpool

Bolt

Bury

Cardiff

Cardiff (Culverhouse Cross)

Cheetham hill

Chester

Chiswick

Coventry (Brandon Road)

Crewe

Croydon

Darnley

Dearne valley

Derby

Doncaster

Dundee

East kilbride

Edinburgh

Enfield

Erdington

Exeter

Fareham

Farnborough

Gillingham

Glasshoughton

Gloucester

Great western rd

Great yarmouth

Grimsby

Halesowen

Hartcliffe

Haunting

Huddersfield

Ipswich

Leeds

Leicester

Meir Park

Milton Keynes

New Malden

Newtownabbey

Northern shields

Northampton

Norwich

Nottingham

Nursling, Paisley

Peterborough

Plymouth

Queens road

Reading

Romford

Scotswood

Quagmire

Solihull

Southend

St Andrews Quay

St. Helens

Stockport

Stockton

Sutton

Sutton in Ashfield

Swansea

Trafford Park

Wallasey

Warrington

Washington

Watford

Weddbury

West thurrock

Wigan

Yeading

York (Hull Road)

A B&Q spokesperson said, “As an essential retailer, we are committed to providing the best possible service to meet customer needs for home improvement during these difficult times, while ensuring the safety of customers and colleagues.

“After watching other essential retailers support social distancing in their stores, we are now following their best practices and reopening some stores with strict social distancing measures in place.

“As with shopping in a supermarket, we strictly limit the number of customers in the store at all times, so customers are usually in line before entering the stores. All stores have a designated queue area outside and these have two meter markers to help remind everyone to respect their personal space.

“To further support social distance, we have two-meter floor markers throughout the store and have also installed plexiglass screens at checkouts. Only the products that you can buy and take to the store during the day are available to customers. Our services such as kitchen and bathroom design, paint mixing, wood cutting and key cutting are not available at the moment and, for the moment, we only accept payments by card and contactless.

“We continue to offer our Click + Collect service on diy.com. However, it can take several days before orders are ready, and may be temporarily unavailable during peak hours. Customers can also place orders for contactless home delivery for a limited range of products on diy.com as well.

“In recognition of the importance for Trade customers to be able to carry out repairs and maintenance for their customers, TradePoint is available in all reopened stores and our Trade customers can also buy products online at trade-point.co .uk.

“We urge all customers to follow government guidelines for social distancing, to make responsible purchases only when necessary and to be patient while we provide them with the best possible service in the most cost-effective manner. as safe as possible. “

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