Dunelm in Milton Keynes has reopened its doors to the public

Fewer customers will be allowed inside shops, so you may need to queue
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As lockdown rules begin to ease across the country, Dunelm has decided to open its doors up to the public again.

Homestores and DIY stores are among the most in-demand stores shoppers would like to see reopen, with the likes of B&Q having already reopened its doors.

Now Dunelm - on the Routeco Retail Park - has announced it will be welcoming customers back into its stores again.

Dunelm (Photo: Shutterstock)Dunelm (Photo: Shutterstock)
Dunelm (Photo: Shutterstock)

However, the Pausa coffee shop in Dunelm will remain closed for the time being.

Dunelm states: “For those of you who feel more comfortable staying in your own space, we’ve introduced contact free ways to shop, and with options that include deliveries to your car to virtual appointments with a personal shopper, we hope there’s something for everyone.”

For in-store shopping, fewer customers will be allowed inside shops at a single time, so you may need to queue.

One-way browsing and two-metre floor markings will be implemented. Screens have also been installed at till points and hand sanitiser will be offered to customers throughout the store as well.

If you don’t want to go into the store, you can request for a staff member to do your shopping for you. They’ll take your order and bring your items outside to make your purchase.

For click and collect shopping, you can have your items brought to your car by a store colleague.

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