Huge queues as people wait through the night for Primark to reopen
Euro News

Huge queues as people wait through the night for Primark to reopen

There were huge queues along the High Streets this morning as people waited through the night for Primark to open its doors for the first time in three months.

Non-essential retailers across England can reopen from today for the first time since lockdown began.

The Primark branch in Liverpool opened early because of the huge queue outside.

In Birmingham people had queued through the night.

There were lines of dozens of people at branches of the budget clothes store in Birmingham, Derby, Liverpool and Nottingham.

Hundreds of shoppers stand in line ahead of the store opening at Primark in Birmingham as non-essential shops in England open their doors to customers for the first time since coronavirus lockdown restrictions were imposed in March.

There were around two dozen people waiting outside the shop at 6am this morning – hours ahead of opening time.

Lucy Haynes and Mia Allen were two of the first people into the popular fashion store.

Shoppers in line at Primark in Birmingham as non-essential shops in England open their doors to customers for the first time since coronavirus lockdown restrictions were imposed in March.

“We are just looking forward to going shopping again,” said Mia.

There were around 100 people in the queue for Primark by the time it opened this morning.

A passenger wears a mask at Waterloo station in London as face coverings become mandatory on public transport in England with the easing of further lockdown restrictions during the coronavirus pandemic.

BBC reporter Kathryn Stanczyszyn tweeted: “Hundreds queuing outside Birmingham Primark this morning – they’ve opened the doors ahead of the official 8am start because of demand.”

Primark’s CEO, Paul Marchant, said: “We have really missed our customers and we are delighted to be back on 15 June and able to provide them with the quality, affordable products they love from Primark.

Shoppers in line at Primark in Birmingham as non-essential shops in England open their doors to customers for the first time since coronavirus lockdown restrictions were imposed in March.

“While it might take a little longer to get into store, once inside, customers will find all their favourite Primark products and plenty of choice as usual. We have worked hard to make sure that clear signage and extra help will be there to guide them through the changes we have made to allow for social distancing.

“We are also asking customers to respect the measures we have put in place to help ensure shopping at Primark is an enjoyable, safe experience for everyone.”

.

mm
Nicole Benitez
Nicole Benitez is the author of our Euro News section. As the world awakens to a new dawn idea, a lot of fake news and misconceptions are communicated to the public when there is no need! For all our clarifications and Europe related policy decisions, Nicole is who we rely on. Her eloquence when debating issues plaguing Europe will leave you starstruck!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *