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The click & collect options and essential stores still available for Derby local


With 15 essential stores remaining open, plus a range of click & collect options at Derbion, locals can pick up their essential shopping all in one place.

The click & collect options and essential stores still available for Derby local


"Over this difficult period, we hope we can serve Derby locals safely and create the best possible in-centre experience with our range of takeaway and click & collect services."
Adam Tamsett, general manager at Derbion



With 15 essential stores remaining open, plus a range of click & collect options at Derbion, locals can pick up their essential shopping all in one place.

Visitors can collect their essential goods safely from stores including Sainsbury’s, Wilko, Poundland and Boots. Free parking is also still available on Level 4 of the centre car park, Basement and Bradshaw Way car parks.

Click & collect services are running from several stores, so shoppers can still update their spring wardrobe with Zara, or stock up on cards and gifts from Clintons and Design 44.

While collecting their essential shopping, visitors can also pick up a delicious meal to enjoy at home. With takeaway options available from several of the centre’s restaurants, locals don’t have to miss out on dishes from their favourite venues.

Available for click & collect and on Deliveroo, locals can enjoy a taste of Italy at home with Zizzi, from classics like lasagne to the limited edition Rustica Truffle Salami pizza. Or, if Asian cuisine is more your style, why not try the new Shu’s ‘Shiok’ Chicken from Wagamama – garlic and ginger marinated chicken, served on a bed of fragrant coconut and lemongrass dressed rice, available to pick up or have delivered straight to your door.

There are a number of safety measures in place across the centre, with the requirement to wear face coverings indoors, staff on hand to help manage footfall, hand sanitising stations throughout, as well as an enhanced cleaning regime across all visitor touch points.

Adam Tamsett, general manager at Derbion, commented: “We are proud to offer a safe essential shopping experience for the Derbyshire community, with a range of essential stores all in one place and free parking available to keep everyone’s experience as hassle free as possible.

“Over this difficult period, we hope we can serve Derby locals safely and create the best possible in-centre experience with our range of takeaway and click & collect services.”

For a full list of the retailers open at Derbion and for information on the safety and hygiene measures in-place, please visit www.derbycentre.co.uk.

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