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Coronavirus Update

Updated: 5.11.20

In line with the latest Government guidance, all non-essential retail outlets will be closed from Thursday 5 November. Boots, Boots Opticians, Eurochange, Grape Tree, Halifax, Holland & Barrett, News 4U, Nothing But Footprints, Shiremobility, Superdrug, Supersavers, Vision Express and WH Smiths will remain open to serve our community with essential supplies. BB’s, Coffee No1, Costa, Greggs, Lebenase Wrap, Muffin Break and Lock29 will be offering a takeaway service. Their individual opening times as of now are detailed below.

A number of our stores will still be operating online, and we advise you to visit their respective websites for further information. GAME, Phoenix Vape and The Entertainer will be operating a Click and Collect service from Castle Quay.

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We understand that this is a difficult time, and want to reassure you that the wellbeing of our customers, retailers and teams, remains our top priority. We are working hard to help our local community and support our retailers, and we ask that our visitors shop sensitively and respectfully.

Our site teams are available to help visitors with any questions they may have.

 

Thank you, Castle Quay

Essential Stores Open

Store Opening Hours Further information
Boots 8am-6pm Mon-Sat
10:30am-4:30pm Sun
Eurochange 10am -4pm (closed Wednesday & Sunday)
Holland & Barrett 9am – 17:30pm
News 4U 8am -18:00pm
Shopmobility 10am – 14:00pm (closed Saturday & Sunday) Trial only
Boots Opticians 9am – 5:30pm
Grape Tree 9am – 5:30pm
Halifax 9am – 3:30pm (2pm Saturday)
Vision Express 9am – 17:30pm
WH Smiths 8am – 17:30pm
Superdrug 8:30am – 6pm
Supersavers 9am – 6pm
Nothing But Footprints Opening hours to be confirmed

 

Click & Collect Only Stores

Store Opening Hours Further information
The Entertainer 9am-5pm Mon-Sat
10:30am-4:30pm Sun
Click & Collect only
Visit www.thetoyshop.com/
Game 8 – 5:30pm (10th & 19th only) game console release date Click & Collect Only
Visit www.game.co.uk/
Pheonix Vape 9am – 5:30pm (Saturday)

Takeaway Only Cafés & Restaurants

Café / Restaurant Opening Hours Further information
Muffin Break 8am – 3pm Takeaway only
Costa Coffee 8am – 5pm Takeaway only
Greggs 7:30am – 16:30pm Takeaway only
Lebenase Wrap TBC Takeaway only
Coffee No1 9am – 4pm Takeaway only
BB’s 9am – 5pm Takeaway only
Jane Elizabeth Confectionary (Lock29) 9am – 4pm (Tuesdays, Thursday & Saturday)
(Closed Thursday 5th November)
Takeaway only
Rustic Bean & Bakery
(Lock29)
9am -4pm (Tuesday, Thursday & Saturdays)
(Closed Thursday 5th November)
Takeaway only
Roses of Bloxham
(Lock29)
5th & 8th November trial.

(Closed Thursday 5th November)

Takeaway only
Jammin Pizza (Lock29) 11am – 6pm (trial)
6pm – 9pm Delivery only.
Takeaway & Deliveroo
Mr Soulvaki (Lock29) Sunday – Wednesday 11-6 – including delivery

Thursday – Saturday 11-9 including delivery (6-9 delivery only)

Takeaway & Deliveroo
Foosian (Lock29) 11am – 6pm Thurs 5th Nov & Sat 7th Nov

11am – 6pm Tuesdays

11am – 6pm Thurs – Sat
6pm – 9pm Sat (Deliveroo only)

Takeaway & Deliveroo

 

FAQS

1. What are the Centre’s current opening hours?

The shopping centre is open from 9:00am – 6pm on Monday to Saturday and 10:30am – 4:30pm on a Sunday. We would advise customers to check the websites of individual retailers for opening times before visiting the centre, as these may vary.

Lock29

Lock29 will remain open for take away food and drink. The bar is now temporarily closed until further notice.

 

2. Are cafés and restaurants open?

Some of our cafés and restaurants, including Lock29 will be open offering take away service only, in line with Government guidelines, however this will be at the discretion of the individual cafés & restaurants. You can find a detailed list of these above on this page. Please note that all purchases must be consumed off Centre premises.

 

3. Will you provide clear guidance on social distancing and hygiene to people on arrival?

Yes. The Centre Team have implemented a wide range of measures to protect those visiting the centre. These include:

  • Information boards to explain social distancing rules throughout the centre
  • A one-way flow of arrows placed throughout the centre to direct people in and out of the centre
  • Signage on the floor to denote 2m apart
  • An increased number of hand sanitising stations, including next to touch points such as pay points for the car parks
  • External queue management and crowd management protocols
  • Retraining of staff to support new hygiene and safety and security procedures

 

4. Have you got extra cleaning practices in place?

Yes, we have increased our cleaning across the centre throughout the day in line with guidance. All lift contact points will be cleaned every 30 minutes, toilets will be cleaned more often and our Amazon Click and Collect lockers will additionally undergo regular cleaning. All staff working in the centre have been issued with gloves and masks and hand sanitising stations are available for all to use.

 

5. Will people have to use different entrance and exiting doors?

Designated entrances and exits will be clearly signposted to ensure a one-way flow of traffic. The following entrances will be temporarily closed until further notice:

Bridge Street & Canal Side

 

6. Will you have a one-way flow of traffic through the centre?

Arrows have been placed on the floor throughout the centre to aid people. These clearly denote which way people should be walking, and are interspersed with signs reminding people to keep 2m apart from each other.

 

7. How are you regulating the number of customers in the centre and queuing in communal areas on behalf of stores?

Whilst it is the responsibility of individual retailers to manage customers within their stores, the Centre Management team has been working with retailers as to how queuing outside the store will be managed. There are clear markers in high footfall areas as to where customers should queue, signs to denote 2m apart, and increased security personnel will be managing the flow of people.

In areas where there is a limited amount of space, there will be security stationed on a permanent basis to manage the number of people.

Staff working in the centre have undertaken additional training to help them manage a large number of individuals in high footfall areas.

 

8. Will you provide floor markings and signage to remind customers to follow social distancing wherever possible?

These are displayed throughout the centre, along with posters and banners to remind individuals of the procedures when visiting the shopping centres.

 

9. Do I have to wear face coverings / gloves when visiting?

Yes, it is mandatory to wear a face covering when inside Castle Quay Shopping Centre. We encourage all who visit the Centre to wear face coverings for the wellbeing and safety of all our customers and staff.

There are a select few who are exempt from wearing face coverings in indoor public spaces such as:

  • Children under 11 years old
  • Those with disabilities, medical conditions or impairment
  • Those assisting someone who relies on lip reading to communicate
  • A full list of the Government exemptions for face coverings can be found here

If you are exempt from wearing a face covering, please do not be alarmed if a member of our centre team ask you for your reasoning, we are just doing our part by asking visitors to follow the Government Guidance for the benefit of all.

Please be aware that stores can refuse entry to those who choose not to wear a face covering without a legitimate reason, when visiting Castle Quay Shopping Centre.

For more information on face coverings click here.

The latest Government Guidance for staying safe outside your home can be found here.

 

10. Do you have hand sanitizer onsite visitors can use?

We have increased the number of hand sanitising stations throughout the centre, including at key touch points such as parking points and next to the lifts. These are available for everyone to use.

 

11. Will the toilets be open, and will queuing be controlled?

The main toilets will remain open with social distancing measures in place and number of people utilising them will be monitored.

The toilets will be cleaned regularly with clear signage in place when this is happening.

 

12. Will you be encouraging the use of stairs wherever possible – making sure that people with disabilities are able to access lifts?

We encourage the public to use the stairs where possible, but appreciate that some people will need to use the lifts within the centre. Where the lifts are being used, we would advise that only members of the same household use the lifts at any one time.

 

13. Do you have a vulnerable hour each day in place?

This is at the discretion of individual retailers, so we would advise customers to check individual store websites.

 

14. Will changing facilities still be available in individual stores?

This is at the discretion of individual retailers, so we would advise customers to check individual store websites.

 

15. Will cash payments still be made in stores?

This is at the discretion of individual retailers. All car parking stations offer contactless payment, should members of the public wish to use this.

 

16. Is the car park still operating?

The car parks are operating as usual.