As more stores are set to reopen, we’re pleased to let you know that Mulberry’s St Christopher’s Place location will be opening its doors to the public again on Thursday 25th June.
Over the last few months, Mulberry have been working hard, producing re-usable PPE gowns in their Somerset factories for the University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust. Over the coming weeks, they will make over 8,000 gowns to support the protection of NHS frontline workers!
They’ve even partnered with the National Emergencies Trust to help deliver vital aid to those most affected by the coronavirus outbreak across the UK. And, if that wasn’t enough, they donated 15% of their UK digital sales from March 23rd – April 24th, raising a total of £75,000 to support their partnership.
Mulberry have taken their learnings from over the last few months, they’ve listened and adapted. So, when they reopen, they’ve made a series of changes to deliver a service that will keep you and their staff safe.
As well as making virtual appointments available, they’ve also developed a system for you to book an in-store appointment in advance, as well as a collection of safety measure which are now commonplace across our estate. Such as, limited capacity, staff PPE, social distancing, speciality product presentation, plus a special disinfectant for their leather bags.
So, if you’d like to pay Mulberry a visit, head down to 11-12 Gee’s Court, St Christopher’s Place and they’d be happy to help! Or, give them a call on +44 20 7629 3830 to discuss booking an appointment.