Marks & Spencer to start reopening cafes

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Marks & Spencer is to reopen 49 in-store cafes from tomorrow, serving takeaway hot drinks only.

M&S said after introducing social distancing and additional hygiene measures in stores during the coronavirus outbreak, it felt it could now reopen the cafes. The cafes reopening are nationwide, including those in Bluewater, Brent Cross, Hedge End, Braehead and Belfast.

All the cafes opening, some of which are branded Marketplace or Coffee to Go, are next to food halls and the rollout follows a pilot in five branches.

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