Here's what's open for essential services, takeaway and click and collect at Rushden Lakes during lockdown

This is the latest list from the shopping attraction following the PM's announcement yesterday

By Stephanie Weaver
Tuesday, 5th January 2021, 12:10 pm
Updated Tuesday, 5th January 2021, 12:14 pm

Rushden Lakes has published a list of its retailers which are open for essential services, takeaway and click and collect during the latest lockdown.

The shopping complex's website has been updated in light of the latest current government guidelines issued yesterday (Monday).

It says Rushden Lakes is currently open for essential services, takeaway and click and collect only.

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These are the stores which remain open in some capacity:

- AJ Cycles

- Beaverbrooks

- Boots

- Boots Opticians (by appointment only)

- Decathlon

- Hobbycraft

- Holland and Barrett

- Magazine Heaven

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

- Next (Costa within Next will be closed)

- Pandora

- Robert Goddard

- Schuh

- Wren Kitchens (by appointment only)

These are the food and drink establishments:

- Artisan Café (Magazine Heaven)

- Bewiched

- Blue Mountain Yard

- Costa Drive Through

- Five Guys

- Greggs

- Heavenly Desserts

- Jamaica Blue

- Nandos

- Patisserie Valerie

- Wildwood

- Zizzis

And for leisure:

- Skew Bridge lake walk

Bosses at Rushden Lakes have advised people to check with individual stores for opening hours, which may be subject to change.

And its website says: "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."

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