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Smyths Toys to extend opening hours from tomorrow

Stores will open late Monday to Friday until 10pm until December 23.

Smyths Toys Superstores is gearing up to welcome customers back to its stores from tomorrow (December 2).

And, following the re-opening of those retailers deemed as non essential during the latest lockdown in England, Smyths Toys will be extending its opening hours to help fit all its customers’ Christmas shopping needs.

Stores will open late Monday to Friday until 10pm, until December 23. This excludes Scotland and Northern Irish stores, however.

The retailer said that the extended late opening hours will allow for increased customer demand and shorter queues in the run up to the festive season.

Smyths Toys has safety measures in place to help protect employees and customers. Measures include social distancing markers in-store, a limit on the number of customers allowed in the store at any given time and a socially distanced queuing system.

Click & Collect and Home Delivery services are also available.

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