Tier 4 Update

26 / 12 / 20

As if the Boxing Day hangover wasn’t already bad enough, we’re now looking at tougher restrictions that require the closure of non-essential shops on Dukes Lane. Dry January and those New Year’s resolutions might be right round the corner, but we’ll look the other way while you pour yourself some comfort.
While we’re sad that we won’t see you glammed up, hitting the shops in that new outfit, we are encouraging everyone to stay home and help stop the spread. We’ll be doing everything we can do ensure Dukes Lane is safe for any click-and-collect and takeaway services, and preparing to get everything up and running again as soon as we can. Many of our shops and pop ups have amazing collections available online, give them a follow on social media to keep updated, and check our website and Instagram for any updates to the government guidelines.
Finally, we’re asking all our customers and followers online to remember those for whom these restrictions have left isolated or in need, and those who already found Christmas to be one of the toughest times of the year. We’ll be posting any information and resources from many Brighton charities and community groups, and would love to share any contributions from you.
Stay safe, and see you soon.

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