M&S has warned customers about six important changes rolling out to stores as it prepares to welcome customers back at the end of the month.
Non-essential shops in Scotland have been shut since the country was plunged into another lockdown amid a second wave four months ago.
Nicola Sturgeon has earmarked April 26 as the date for shops selling items such as clothes to reopen again as restrictions slowly ease amid the vaccine roll-out.
M&S has now outlined its plans for re-opening its Clothing & Home spaces across its stores at the end of the month. In a message to shoppers, M&S confirmed the measures and important changes that will be in place, The Manchester Evening News reports. Bra fit: Customers at 250 stores which sell lingerie can.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk