Yate Shopping Centre have announced they will be introducing new social distances measures, following the Government's announcement, that some non-essential shops can re-open from June.

In a post on social media, Yate Shopping Centre revealed their plans to keep their customers safe, as the the public follow the 'roadmap' out of lockdown.

The post said:

"To all our customers - this week we will be introducing social distancing measures in all pedestrian walkways in preparation for the opening of non essential retailers.

"It will take a few days to implement all measures so please be patient. The measures will include a keep left system around the centre and signage will be displayed, we will also actively talk to customers to ensure that these measures are followed.

"Customers will be able to cross the line but only to go directly into an opposite store. We are talking to all retailers and agreeing queuing systems.

"Tesco will be operating their queuing system from under the store from tomorrow and not on East Walk where the queue has been adjacent to multiple other retailers.

"Over the next few weeks we will constantly review the measures and make changes where necessary to improve and take care of all our customers.

"We would like to thank everyone in advance for their co-operation. Help us to help you.