More big name stores have reopened at Intu Derby following the coronavirus lockdown.
Last week, dozens of non-essential shops opened for the first time since they went into enforced closure due to the Covid-19 outbreak in March.
Retailers including H&M, JD Sports, and River Island were among those to reopen on Monday, June 15, after the Government eased its lockdown restrictions.
They have since been joined by a number of other popular stores, including fashion giant Next.
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The Next store on Level 2 of the city shopping centre reopened on Friday, June 19. It is open Monday to Saturday between 9.30am and 6pm, and Sunday from 10.30am until 4.30pm.
Lingerie retailer Ann Summers reopened after three months of closure yesterday, joining Foot Locker which has also reopened recently on Level 2.
WH Smith is another store back up and running after reopening on Level 1 on Thursday, June 18.
While The Works and mobile phone shop EE both reopened their doors on Level 1 on Wednesday, June 17.
Here is the full list of 15 stores which have reopened at Intu Derby since Wednesday, June 17
Reopened on Wednesday, June 17
Reopened on Thursday, June 18
Reopened on Friday, June 19
Reopened on Monday, June 22
Bear – takeaway only
Pure Electric – new store
Reopened today, Tuesday, June 23
Last week, Intu Derby confirmed that women’s fashion chain Monsoon and footwear retailer Office will not be reopening at the centre.
In more positive news, the delayed opening of a number of new shops is expected over the coming weeks.
The Disney Store, which was initially expected to open at the end of March, is set to open soon as is high-end fashion brand Whistles, which was pencilled in for an April opening before the coronavirus pandemic hit.