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Co-op returning store opening hours, including the one at Terrington St Clement, to normal based on customer feedback




The Co-op at Terrington St Clement is set to return to its normal opening hours, Central England Co-op has announced.

Stores across the country are now returning to normal as customers get used to shopping during these uncertain times.

The retailer, which has more than 240 stores across 16 counties, originally reduced its opening hours in March to allow colleagues time to replenish shelves with food and essentials for the local community.

Paul Dennis, retail director at Central England Co-op. (35097189)
Paul Dennis, retail director at Central England Co-op. (35097189)

Now, with extensive social distancing measures in place across all stores, the retailer is in the process of returning its opening hours to normal based on feedback from customers.

Paul Dennis, retail director at Central England Co-op, said: “I would like to thank our members and customers for their support during these uncertain times.

“We have all had to change the way we shop to keep our colleagues and customers safe and we continue to monitor and update what we are doing in our stores to ensure this remains the case.

“With that in mind we have listened to the feedback of our customers and this is why we are returning the opening hours of our stores to normal.

“Our supply lines have been great during the Coronavirus pandemic and our shelves stocked with all the food and essentials our communities need.

“Thank you to our customers once again for their continued support and also to our hardworking colleagues who continue to go above and beyond.”

Customers can find out up-to-date opening times for their local store by visiting https://stores.centralengland.coop/

The retailer has already rolled out a range of other measures in stores aimed at keeping customers and colleagues safe including social distancing, gloves and hand sanitiser, more than 1,000 checkout screens, 7,000 face visors for colleagues and over 150 security guards to help with queues.

People can keep up to date with what is happening in their local community by visiting a dedicated online hub at www.centralengland.coop/updates



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