Find out which Rushden Lakes stores will be open for essential services, takeaway and click and collect during lockdown

The retail and leisure attraction has published a list of the stores as well as food and drink establishments this applies to for the next four weeks

Wednesday, 4th November 2020, 4:50 pm
Updated Wednesday, 4th November 2020, 4:54 pm

Rushden Lakes has published a list of the stores and services which will be open for essential services, takeaway and click and collect during lockdown.

As the country heads into its second lockdown tomorrow (Thursday), many shops, pubs and restaurants will be closing tonight and not re-opening until December 2 at the earliest.

However, some will remain open for essential services, takeaway and click and collect only at Rushden Lakes.

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The leisure terrace at Rushden Lakes

The stores are:

- AJ Cycles

- Beaverbrooks

- Boots

- Boots Opticians (by appointment only)

- Hobbycraft (click and collect)

- Holland and Barrett

- Jamaica Blue

- L’Occitane

- Magazine Heaven

- Marks and Spencer (café and toilets will be closed)

- New Look

- Next (Costa within Next will be closed)

- Robert Goddard

- Wren Kitchens (by appointment only)

The food and drink establishments are:

- Artisan Café (Magazine Heaven)

- Bewiched

- Blue Mountain Yard

- Costa

- Five Guys

- Greggs

- Heavenly Desserts

- Jamaica Blue

- Nandos

- Patisserie Valerie

And for leisure, the Skew Bridge lake walk.

Rushden Lakes is advising people to check with individual stores for opening hours.

A statement published on Rushden Lakes' social media channels said: "We continue to monitor the situation and Government’s public health guidance closely, and we will keep all of our visitors updated via our website and social media channels, as the situation evolves."

People can also contact the customer services team on 01933 427925 for more details.

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