basically in mine you have to walk though like you to get to the food hall & you can buy clothing, home items ect & then pay for it in the food hallI was just looking at the beauty collection and wondering if it’s online only. When I passed my local M&S on Tuesday, I saw a couple of people looking at the clothing rails so I wondered if you can buy non-food items as well now, and they might have this beauty set? Maybe those women weren’t supposed to be in that area -you have to walk through that way to the food hall so they can’t easily stop “trespassers”. I doubt they could have bought clothing, or maybe some stores are allowing it anyway?
That’s interesting, thanks. I don’t blame them. I was going to go in for a couple of food things a bit later so will see if they have the beauty set.basically in mine you have to walk though like you to get to the food hall & you can buy clothing, home items ect & then pay for it in the food hall
so in basic terms they have technically opened up the ground floor & you pay for it with the food
Me, too. Big fan and the staff (here at least) are lovely.love my M&S
Ah, you will soon be ok to visit M&S food halls. I like their meal deals as well.Really miss my daily walk to our local M&S foodhall. Not been out since early March when my Son self isolated from Uni & is now shielding.
Rather he was safe than an M&S meal deal though!
Me, too. Big fan and the staff (here at least) are lovely.
Ah, you will soon be ok to visit M&S food halls. I like their meal deals as well.
What is “shielding”?
The advice for people in the shielding group remains unchanged. You are advised to stay at home at all times and avoid all non-essential face-to-face contact until the end of June.“
Thanks for that. I kind of knew about the “practice” but not what it was called. 2020 will be the year of the most ever new vocabulary in common use!“Shielding is a way to protect people who are extremely vulnerable from coming into contact with coronavirus by minimising all interaction between them and other people.
The UK government and devolved administrations have published advice for people who are at very high risk of severe illness from coronavirus.