Unfortunately this year's Sale will look very different from previous years. The wellbeing of our customers is always our paramount concern, so in order to keep everyone as safe as possible we have introduced a series of measures over and above current Government guidelines to protect and reassure our visitors throughout the sale period.

Firstly, the Sale has been extended from three days to 17 in order to allow us to welcome all customers in an organised manner.

Each car that enters the car park will be met by one or two guides, and all occupants will have their temperatures taken. While this is not foolproof, it will ensure that nobody on site has a fever.

All departments will be separated from each other so we can monitor the number of people in each area. For example, visitors will not be able to move from the Food Hall into Ladieswear without going outside.

Visitors will be encouraged to wear a face covering at all times unless seated in the Restaurant.

Finally, we have invested in a nebuliser and we will be sanitising departments every night. This is an accredited cleaning procedure, but our main priority is to prevent the virus gaining access in the first place.

Here at The House of Bruar we know that shopping should be a pleasurable experience, so we are doing everything we can to ensure that our customers and staff are safeguarded from risk with the minimum of disruption.