Wythenshawe Town Centre is beginning the re-opening of all its shops from today following the government’s relaxation of lockdown measures
Whilst essential services such as food stores pharmacies and banks have remained open throughout the lockdown period the Town Centre management team are now beginning the gradual reopening of all retailers.
The shops now open are: Farmfoods, Courtesy Shoes, Cringle Corporation, Look Right, Vodafone, Manchester University Hospital NHS Opticians,Halcyon Exchange, Holland & Barrett, The Works, Iceland, All Computers, Wythenshawe Community Housing Group, T J Morris, Gary Walker, Kal Clothing, Ral Ltd, Jennings Opticians, Wilsher’s Butchers, Shahdid Farooq, Sayers the Bakers, Poundstretcher, Heron Foods, Boots UK, Subway, McLagan Investments, Funeral Services, B&M, Homezone, McDonalds, D P Realty, KFC, FSR Solicitors, Harvey & Thompson, Abakus 2, Mr Baker’s, Bank of Scotland, TSB Bank, Duncan Worsley, Superdrug, David Mountford, JD Sports, Wilkinson Hardware Stores, MMC Office Wellington Properties, Amanda Burns, Skills and Works Solutions, and Match Me Holdings.
Information on opening hours can be found on the Wythenshawe Town Centre website.
Additional cleaning regimes, free-to-use hand sanitiser, signage, and social distancing measures are being implemented across the centre.
Shops will have their own queue management systems, which may include limits placed on the number of customers allowed in store at any one time.
The town centre will continue to provide free parking for all NHS staff within the multi-storey car park, which can be accessed via the spiral entrance ramp leading from Rowlandsway.
Daniel Davis, Town Centre Manager, commented: “Throughout the lockdown period, and particularly as lockdown restrictions begin to ease, our number one priority has been, and continues to be, the safety and wellbeing of our entire town centre community.
“Although we have experienced some challenging times recently, we can wholeheartedly say that the positivity and community spirit seen throughout our town centre over the previous months has been overwhelming. We are thankful to all those who have worked tirelessly throughout to ensure our town centre has remained open and accessible. It is this positive approach which will set our town centre apart as we now begin to return to some form of normality.
“We are excited to be supporting our retailers and their customers as they gradually begin to reopen in the coming weeks and we are confident that, by working together collaboratively, we can ensure Wythenshawe town centre remains in the heart of our community.”