As jewellers in England prepare to open their doors next week, Beaverbrooks has provided a first look at what stores will look like during post-lockdown trading.

The family run multiple had already released information about what changes have been made to adhere to government guidelines, detailing plans for protective perspex screens at consultation points, designated team members for shoppers, fewer selling zones, and reduced numbers allowed into stores.

The jeweller also confirmed that customers will be allowed to try jewellery on, with the business aiming to offer the same level of customer experience it has come renowned for, alongside putting the health and safety of its people and shoppers first.


Managing director at Beaverbrooks, Anna Blackburn, says: “As always, the safety of our people and customers is our number one priority, so we have been working hard behind the scenes to put measures in place to protect them when we reopen our doors.

“Over the past few months, we have been developing comprehensive plans for this reopening, which put safety at the top of the list while ensuring we are able to resume the high level of personalised service our customers expect.”

Take a look at what Beaverbrooks stores in England will look like when the doors open next week: