Fenwick of Bond Street store front.

Fenwick re-opens edited version of website

Fenwick is re-opening its online channel, with an edited offer, from 15 April. Following significant changes to the way in which orders are picked and packed, and with a volunteer workforce in place, the website will start to take new orders from 15 April, as well as processing and dispatching order received prior to the original closure.

Fenwick of Bond Street store front.

All of the employees working to service the website will be strictly adhering to the government guidelines to meet the required social distancing measures and have been screened to ensure they are able to work, have no vulnerable dependants and can travel to work by private means.

A spokesperson for Fenwick said: “We have received so many incredible messages of support from our customers since we closed our stores with many asking us if, and when, we will re-open our website.  We are pleased to be able to do just that following a complete overhaul of how we pick and pack orders.”

“Our customers can now browse and shop a curated edit of the items they want and have them delivered to their homes. It’s also important that as a business we continue to operate where we can during these extraordinary times in order to help protect both the future of our stores and our workforce. We have been extremely diligent in making sure we have followed government guidelines, putting every measure in place to take the best care we can of those who have volunteered to come back to work.”

Delivery will take a few days longer than usual due to the changes so customers should expect orders to take five to 10 days to arrive

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