The Range and Dunelm are popular affordable homeware and DIY stores in the UK. Brits have become obsessed with cleaning and doing up our homes in lockdown, but are sick of ordering everything online. When will The Range and Dunelm open?
When will The Range reopen?
The Range has more than 180 stories across the UK selling homewares, cleaning products and furniture.
While many may think the Range to be a non-essential store, the firm stocks thousands of everyday products – meaning it has been able to remain open through England’s third lockdown.
The Range has been able to stay open throughout the lockdown in England and Scotland.
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The Range website said: “As a value retailer, we understand that a lot of our customers rely on us to provide essential items like groceries, pet care products, non-prescription medicines, toiletries, and cleaning items, at the low prices that they need right now.
“We’ve continued to work hard at providing safe access to all these necessities under one roof. For our Republic of Ireland and Wales customers we’ve also launched a Reserve & Collect system.”
You can find your nearest The Range store and check the latest opening hours using the Store Finder here.
When will Dunelm reopen?
Dunelm is the UK’s leading home furnishing retailer, where you can purchase bedding, curtains, furniture, beds and mattresses and more.
Unlike The Range, Dunelm has been forced to close in the third lockdown as it is not considered an essential retailer.
However, the firm has continued to offer a click and collect services for its customers.
Dunelm, along with other non-essential retailers will be able to reopen again from April 12.
From this date, shops, hairdressers, salons, gyms, and outdoor hospitality can start to open up again in five-week intervals.
In May, the rule of six will be abolished outdoors and cinema,s hotels, performances and sporting events will be able to restart.
The end date given for all restrictions could potentially be June 21, but this depends on the case numbers. The new slogan the Government is pushing is “data not dates”.