These are the B&Q branches that have reopened in West Sussex

B&Q has now reopened more than half its stores in the UK, and plans to open all remaining stores by early May.

Monday, 27th April 2020, 4:54 pm
B&Q in Worthing

The DIY retailer has implemented strict social distancing measures in order to keep staff and customers safe.

This includes sanitiser stations to ensure trolleys are good to go, safe queuing 2 m apart before entering the store, 2m navigational markers on the floor to guide you through the store, perspex screens at our checkouts and contactless payments only.

The store is asking shoppers to limit their shopping group to no more than two people, and not to bring under 16 year olds shopping.

A number of the DIY retailers’ branches have reopened in West Sussex. These include branches in:

– Bognor Regis

– Crawley

– Burgess Hill

– Worthing

A spokesman said: “Whether shopping instore or online, we urge you to follow the Government’s social distancing guidelines and to shop responsibly only for what is necessary.”

For a full list of all the stores that have reopened, visit the B&Q website here.

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