Marks and Spencer reopens 95 cafes for takeaway with new rules – full list of branches

Marks and Spencer has announced more branches have opened in the UK. A further 47 M&S Cafés have opened with new shopping rules for customers. This is what you must do.


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While M&S Foodhalls stayed open, its clothing stores and cafés were closed in March.

This was to help comply with the government coronavirus lockdown measures.

As lockdown restrictions relax in some parts of the UK, M&S clothing stores have started to open again.

Last month, 48 cafés also opened their doors again for takeaway coffee only.

A further 47 branches have now reopened for takeaway services.

Shopping rules

While branches have been opened again, new rules have been put into place that will make the experience very different.

These include limiting how many customers and staff are inside at one time and using new safety equipment.

A Marks and Spencer statement said: “Across all of M&S the team is focused on helping customers shop with confidence.

In cafés, rigorous safety measures including perspex screens have been installed at each café till and contactless payment is encouraged.”

Those working in stores will also be asked to wash their hands every 30 minutes and immediately after taking cash payments.

Only one colleague will work behind the counter at a time and customers will use contactless collection through a hatch.


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While visiting branches, customers need to follow signs that explain everyone keeps a safe two metre distance.

There are now 95 café branches open across the country.

Full list of branches now open

Anlaby Simply Food

Ashbourne Simply Food

Ashby De La Zouch

Aylesford Simply Food

Bankside (Marketplace)

Beverley Simply Food

Binley Coventry Simply Food

Bishop Auckland Simply Food


Bluewater (ground floor)

Boucher Road Belfast Simply Food


Braintree Simply Food

Brent Cross (Marketplace)

Bridge of Don Simply Food

Bromborough Simply Food

Canary Wharf (Marketplace)



Chilwell Nottingham Simply Food

Clapham (Coffee Bar)



Congleton Simply Food

Cramlington Simply Food

Crown Point Leeds


Culverhouse Cross

Didcot Simply Food

Dunblane Simply Food


Evesham Simply Food

Exebridges Exeter Simply Food

Falkirk Central

Finsbury Pavement (Marketplace)

Fosse Park

Gapton Hall Simply Food Great Yarmouth

Grafton St Dublin

Grantham Simply Food

Green Park (coffee bar)


Handforth Dean


Heathfield Ayr

Hedge End (Coffee Bar)

High Street Kensington (Coffee Bar)

Inveralmond Simply Food

Kingston (Marketplace)

Kingstown Park Carlisle Simply Food

Kingswood Hull Simply Food


Leicester Thurmaston Simply Food


Liffey Valley Dublin


London Colney



Manchester (Coffee Bar)

Marble Arch (Market Place)

Martlesham Heath Simply Food

Maybrook Canterbury Simply Food

Mayflower Simply Food


Meole Brace Shrewsbury Simply Food

Metro Centre

Middlebrook Bolton

Netherfield Nottingham Simply Food

Newport Isle of Wight

Northallerton Simply Food

Ocean Retail Park Portsmouth Simply Food

Omni Park Dublin

One New Change (Marketplace)

Pantheon (Marketplace)

Pontardulais Road

Portfield Chichester Simply Food

Rugby Elliotts Field

Sears Solihull Simply Food

Serpentine Green Simply Food Peterborough

Sixfields Northampton Simply Food

Stratford City London (Marketplace)

Stratford Upon Avon

Strood Simply Food

Summertown Simply Food

Sweet Briar Norwich Simply Food

Tiverton Simply Food

Victoria Cardinal Place (Marketplace)

Waterlooville Simply Food

Waterside (Marketplace)

Wellingborough Simply Food

Westbridge Park Stone

Whitstable Simply Food

Woodley Simply Food

Yate Simply Food

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