Gloucester Quays is reopening in June 2020

Gloucester Quays is reopening on Monday 15 June 2020 with some changes to the outlet shopping destination. Here are all the fashion outlet stores you’ll be able to shop at...

Gloucester Quays outlet shopping centre is officially reopening on Monday 15 June 2020 – with revised trading hours and social distancing, following the ease in government lockdown restrictions.

Gloucester Quays will now be open from 10am to 5pm daily. While the Gloucester Quays stores confirmed to be reopening on the first day of trading include H&M, Ted Baker, Allsaints, Jack Wills, Nike, Adidas, Levi’s, M&S, The North Face, Asics, Hotel Chocolat, Gap, White Stuff and Calvin Klein.

Gloucester Quays’ branch of Five Guys has also opened for click and collect and Deliveroo orders, from 11am to 8pm.

Management at the outlet shopping destination has warned customers to ‘expect the possibility of some queues’ and that not all brands would reopen on day one.


For more information, see Gloucester Quays or call (01452) 338933.

© SoGlos
Sunday 14 June 2020

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