Two leading retail sites in Lancashire – Ena Mill in Atherton https://www.enamill.co.uk/ and Courtyard at Tarleton https://courtyardtarleton.co.uk/ – are set to re-open their doors to shoppers from Monday June 15th.
Social distancing protocols will be in place in accordance with British Retail Consortium guidance. Joint owners Jonathan Addis and Simon Yates say that, initially, numbers visiting the twin retail attractions will be limited and tour planners able to bring groups to Ena or Courtyard will be advised as to arrangements and dates in respect of coaches.
‘We’re so happy to be able to welcome back shoppers after the lockdown period,’ explains Jonathan. ‘We will monitor the situation very closely with regards to numbers and social distancing requirements – and where groups are concerned we will contact coach and tour operators and GTOS to let them know arrangements for groups and when that might be in place.’
Ena Mill in Atherton, Greater Manchester is a very popular and established retail destination, easily located because of its large and imposing mill chimney. Courtyard at Tarleton is a handy retail coach stop on the Preston to Southport road in Lancashire. Both sites complement each other very well.