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Open doors for Brewery Square Businesses

Dorchester’s Brewery Square has announced delivery, Click and Collect, and online services during the closure of non-essential businesses.

During the lockdown period, which commenced on Tuesday 5 January 2021, several businesses will be keeping their doors open for essential services. These include Tout’s Pharmacy, F.I.T.T. Chiropractic, Moorland Express, and the Atrium Health Centre.

Click and Collect and delivery for diners will be available from Nando’s, Zizzi, Wagamama and Creams Cafe throughout the lockdown period. Hendover Café will be serving up Sunday roasts for collection every Sunday.

Costa Coffee remain open for take away coffee.

To order a Sunday roast dinner from Hendover Cafe, please call 01305 265904 in advance (last orders are taken on Saturdays weekly).

Morrish and Banham and Copper Street Brewery will also be keeping their doors open for collections.

Shoppers can still buy online or over the phone at many of our clothing and retail stores including –

  • Margo and Mya
  • Belle Modelle
  • Phase Eight
  • Joules
  • Hobbs
  • Dorchester Art Gallery
  • Loco Loves
  • Woods Furniture
  • Avenue Interiors
  • Stems Florist
  • Vinyl Van
  • Seventh Seal
  • Highbrow Clinic and Aesthetics.

Business opening times will vary, so please see individual business websites or social media pages for up-to-date information.

Charlotte Spracklen, Centre Manager at Brewery Square commented: “Our businesses are committed to adapting as necessary and will continue to provide a high-quality service to all customers. The health and safety of all our businesses, staff and visitors remains a priority and we would like to thank everyone for their continued support throughout this difficult period.”

All business open hours and services are subject to change in line with government guidelines, with additional business opening times and service plans announced in due course.

As well as the closure of various businesses, other measures including hand sanitiser for visitors and 2 metre distance markers also remain in place for the safety of our staff and customers.

For more information about Brewery Square, please visit http://www.brewerysquare.com

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