Full list of shops that will be open at Crystal Peaks during second lockdown

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Crystal Peaks is gearing up to maintain its ‘essential’ shops and services as Sheffield braces for the second of lockdown of 2020.

Shops "providing essential goods and services" at the centre are allowed to keep operating under the new month-long lockdown from Thursday.

The Sheffield shopping centre is also implementing new safety measures in order to keep customers and staff safe.

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(Photo by BEN STANSALL/AFP via Getty Images)(Photo by BEN STANSALL/AFP via Getty Images)
(Photo by BEN STANSALL/AFP via Getty Images)

The full list of shops that will remain open are as follows:

Sainsburys M&S Iceland Superdrug Wilko Poundland Holland & Barrett One Below Redbrik Timpson Halifax Natwest William H Brown Haybrook HSBC Boots Opticians Boots (at Crystal Peaks Retail Park)

Open for takeaway only:

Shhhh Coffee Love Coffee Greggs Subway Costa Coffee Mcdonalds Beres Domino’s

Stores operating a Click and Collect service will include:

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Safety measures for Crystal Peaks visitors continue to be maintained and include a Keep Left system throughout the centre to maintain customer flow and enable customers to social distance.

Entry to the centre will be monitored to ensure capacities are within social distancing limits with both signage and audible messaging on the Public Address system supporting the changes.

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Tram and bus passengers will be encouraged to use the entrance closest to their destination shops to reduce the amount of queuing required.

Supermarket trollies will no longer be allowed to move between levels, freeing up space for customer movement and relieving pressure on lifts. Sainsbury’s customers are being asked to park in the Green car park.

Washroom facilities will be available on the lower mall adjacent to the escalators. Hand sanitising stations will also be available throughout the centre.

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Centre manager Lee Greenwood said: “We take great pride in our level of cleaning and can assure visitors that the highest standards are being implemented across the centre.”

“Our guidance is there to ensure that we protect our friends and family through these unprecedented times.

“If our customers are patient, considerate and respectful of the guidance it will assist us in continuing to provide essential services during this period."

In these confusing and worrying times, local journalism is more vital than ever. Thanks to everyone who helps us ask the questions that matter by taking out a digital subscription or buying a paper. We stand together. Nancy Fielder, editor.

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