10 high street shops that will open on 15 June - from Debenhams to Primark

Retailers in England will be able to reopen after temporarily closing when the UK went into lockdown

Friday, 12th June 2020, 2:12 pm
Updated Friday, 12th June 2020, 3:23 pm

Non-essential stores will be reopening on Monday 15 June in England, as part of the government’s phased plans to ease lockdown restrictions. But which stores will be reopening their doors?

M&S will reopen its clothing areas from 15 June. There will be new social distancing and safety measures in place, including perspex screens at till points (Photo: Shutterstock)
The department store has announced plans to reopen 90 stores in mid-June, after the government announced non-essential retailers can start trading again on 15 June (Photo: Shutterstock)
Although the pharmacy chain has remained open throughout the lockdown, providing medication to people during the coronavirus crisis, Boots will open its beauty counters on June 15 (Photo: Shutterstock)
GAME has confirmed that all stores across England will open from Monday 15 June, in line with the latest government guidance (Photo: Shutterstock)
On 15 June, all of Primark's stores in England will reopen their doors to shoppers, with new safety measures in place (Photo: Shutterstock)
Oxfam will begin reopening its stores from 15 June, with the aim of having as many shops as possible open by the end of July (Photo: Shutterstock)
John Lewis will begin opening its stores in stages from 15 June, with Kingston and Poole being the first to reopen (Photo: Shutterstock)
Waterstones will be opening most of its stores on 15 June. However, the retailer has said that it will place any books that are touched by browsing customers in a 72-hour quarantine
H and M will reopen the majority of its stores in England on Monday (Photo: Shutterstock)
Topshop will be reopening all stores in England on 15 June (Photo: Shutterstock)