A ST ASAPH shopping outlet reopened its doors to customers last Friday.

Tweedmill Shopping Outlet has introduced a number of new safety measures and staff have been inducted on the new guidelines for Covid-19 health and safety.

In a statement, the Tweedmill said: "Each customer will be greeted at the entrance and they will be asked to sanitise their hands and given advice on the best way to navigate the store. We will also be managing numbers of customers in-store to allow for safe social distancing while shopping.

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The Tweedmill Shopping outlet has re-opened

"If a basket or trolley is required, this will be pre sanitised on entry and sanitised by our staff after each use.

"Clear signage and floor markings have been put in place to assist social distancing with a clear queuing procedure."

Protective screens have been installed at till points and staff and will only be taking card transactions at this time.

Blas Clwyd is be open for takeaway drinks and snacks and toilets are open.

The statement added: "Please be kind to our colleagues and customers."