John Lewis shop locations:
Aberdeen, Ashford, Basingstoke, Birmingham, Bluewater, Brent Cross, Cambridge, Cardiff, Cheadle, Chelmsford, Cheltenham, Chester, Chichester, Cribbs Causeway, Croydon, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Heathrow (Terminal 2), High Wycombe, Horsham, Ipswich, Kingston, Leeds, Leicester, London (Oxford Street), London (Peter Jones, Sloane Square), London St Pancras station, London (Stratford City), London (White City), Liverpool, Milton Keynes, Newbury, Newcastle, Norwich, Nottingham, Oxford, Peterborough, Poole, Reading, Sheffield, Solihull, Southampton, Swindon, Tamworth, Trafford, Tunbridge Wells, Watford, Welwyn, York.
Home fittings and installations
Home fittings and installations such as curtains, blinds, carpets, kitchen, bathroom and electrical, are also temporarily suspended until government guidelines recommend it is safe to reinstate.
John Lewis customers can find further information at www.johnlewis.com/customer-services/faq/coronavirus-covid-19
Waitrose customers can find further information at www.waitrose.com/ecom/help-information/customer-service/coronavirus
About the John Lewis Partnership
The John Lewis Partnership owns and operates two of Britain's best-loved retail brands - John Lewis & Partners and Waitrose & Partners. Started as a radical idea nearly a century ago, the Partnership is the largest employee-owned business in the UK and amongst the largest in the world, with over 80,000 employees who are all Partners in the business. For all intents and purposes, the Partnership is a social enterprise; the profits made are reinvested into the business - for customers and Partners.
John Lewis & Partners operates 50 shops across the UK (36 department stores, 12 John Lewis at home and shops at St Pancras International and Heathrow Terminal 2) as well as johnlewis.com. Waitrose & Partners has 338 shops in England, Scotland, Wales and the Channel Islands, including 61 convenience branches, and another 27 shops at Welcome Break locations. Waitrose & Partners exports products to more than 50 countries worldwide and has nine shops which operate under licence in the Middle East. The retailer's omnichannel business includes the online grocery service, Waitrose.com, as well as specialist online shops including waitrosecellar.com for wine and waitroseflorist.com for plants and flowers. Our food business is bigger than our non-food business and our John Lewis shop sales represent less than a quarter of the Partnership’s total revenue.