By Norman Macdonald
Braehead Shopping Centre will remain open when the Scottish Government Level 4 coronavirus restrictions come into effect on Friday, 20 November evening at 6.00pm.
Peter Beagley, Braehead centre director said: “Following the Scottish Government’s decision to move Renfrewshire into Level 4 of the coronavirus restrictions, Braehead will remain open for essential retail stores only from 6pm on Friday, November 20.
“In line with what the Government has decided, our stores will trade normally until that time.
“Some of our cafes and restaurants will also be able to provide a carry-out service.
“Braehead plays an important role in the local community and we will continue to provide access through the centre to vital services such as supermarkets and pharmacies.
“Braehead is a safe place to visit, as we have measures in place that are in line with Scottish Government guidelines.
“These include limiting the amount of shoppers in the centre at a time; automatic hand sanitisers throughout the centre; social distancing; a one-way system for getting around the centre and enhanced cleaning regimes along with visitors and staff wearing face coverings that protect everyone in the current coronavirus pandemic.
“We would ask visitors to check with the opening hours of the particular essential stores they plan to visit at Braehead.”