Castle Quay thanks customers for support on re-opening day
Centre Director: “Please continue to shop local and support Banbury and its businesses”
All the non-essential stores in Castle Quay are now back open in line with the lifting of national lockdown restrictions. The centre has been given a thorough deep-clean ahead of re-opening day today and says it is well-prepared to welcome back customers.
Castle Quay staff have undertaken a refresher training course to ensure they are prepared for today, including crowd and queue management and enhanced cleaning routines. The centre continues to have signs in place to try and keep people moving in the same direction so as to aid social distancing.
The centre has 30 hand sanitiser stations available.
Oliver Wren, Centre Director at Castle Quay Shopping Centre said, “The safety and comfort of Castle Quay visitors remains our number one priority. All enhanced safety and cleaning practices remain in place and all staff are fully prepared to welcome shoppers back.
“After what has been a challenging time for everyone, on behalf of Castle Quay, I would like to thank everyone for supporting us and our retailers. Please continue to shop local and support Banbury and its businesses.”
Opening hours for stores in the centre can be viewed on Castle Quay website.
The relaxation of lockdown rules is scheduled to take another step forward with the lifting of restrictions on restaurants. This is currently due to take place on 17th May 2021 when customers will be able to eat and drink indoors in groups of up to six people, or two households of any size.