Rock up to Rushden Lakes for a warm welcome for shoppers and outdoor diners from Monday
Retail stores will re-open their doors at Rushden Lakes and restaurants will be open for outdoor dining.
Rushden Lakes is ready to welcome back shoppers, diners and leisure seekers back to the retail park from Monday (April 12).
Across England non-essential retail outlets will re-open for the first time since Christmas Eve and pubs and restaurants will be able to offer sit down table service al fresco.
Not only will shoppers be able to grab the latest fashions from the stores and boutique but people looking to burn lockdown calories can take to the climbing walls of Rock Up.
Donna French, Centre manager, said: “This last lockdown has been particularly tough for many, we are very much looking forward to having visitors back together at the centre again.
“We kindly ask shoppers to comply with social distancing rules whilst enjoying their experience at Rushden Lakes, observing and following individual store guidelines when inside the shops. Everyone here at Rushden Lakes is excited to welcome shoppers back.”
Ahead of reopening at Rushden Lakes, the management team have continued to take every precaution to ensure the safety of staff and visitors including additional cleaning and hygiene measures, asking visitors to comply with social distancing rules at all times and queue-management where necessary.
The shopping park also looks forward to welcoming back the climbing wall centre, Rock Up with 26 climbing walls that tower over 8m with many twists and turns to climb to the top.
Heidi Duckworth, Executive Chairman at Rock Up, said: “Rock Up is delighted to be reopening on April 12 after an extended period of closure.
"Our climbing arena, toddler climb and play parties will all be reopening in line with the government guidelines. The soft play will reopen fully on May 17 and we look forward to welcoming our customers back very soon.”