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Quadrant Stores forced to close again...

Following the Prime Minister's annoucement on Saturday afternoon, as Essex has now been placed in Tier 4, our Quadrant Department Stores will be closed until the Government states otherwise.

Thank you all for your custom during the time that we have been able to open this year and we hope to see you again soon.

Stay healthy and have a very happy Christmas. 

New to Quadrant Department Stores - The Sleepeezee Jessica Bed

THE JESSICA

Introducing the Jessica mattress, a uniquely created foam encapsulated mattress with edge to edge support. Complete with StayCool™ gel for ultimate body temperature regulation.

The Which? approved mattress offers the perfect blend of technologies to deliver outstanding comfort and total support night after night. So avoid restless nights and ensure you can get the most out of your next day with the Jessica mattress.

StayCool Gel - A deep Staycool™ Gel layer provides pressure-sensitive support that helps to regulate body temperature.

Tier 3 Update - Brambles Restaurant closing

Following the changes in regulations on Wednesday 16th December 2020, we will be closing our Brambles Restuarants located within the Chelmsford & Braintree Quadrant Department Stores until further notice.

The Quadrant store will remain open as usual, however please be aware that the customer toilets and changing rooms will be remaining closed for your health and safety. Please also wear a face covering when shopping with us. 

We look forward to seeing you soon. 

Let's get cracking......

 

100% RECYCLED

Whether it’s a pack of festive charity cards to send to loved ones, or a box of crackers to enjoy around the dinner table on the big day, Co-op’s entire range of Christmas cards, wrapping paper, crackers and gift bags is 100% recyclable or reusable.

So, once you’re finished with them, you know what to do!

Feast your eyes on these....

MINCE PIES available in your local co-op...

  1. Co-op Brownie Caramel Tarts, 4 pack
  2. Co-op Irresistible Mini Mince Pie Selection Box, 9 pack
  3. Co-op Irresistible All-Butter Pastry Luxury Mince Pies, 6 pack (GHI Approved)
  4. Co-op Irresistible Old Fashioned Clementine Flavour Buttercream Mince Pies, 4 pack
  5. Co-op Mince Pies, 6 pack

Stocking Fillers

Available in your local Co-op food store...

STOCKING FILLERS

  1. Co-op Irresistible Cheddar & Truffle Hand Cooked Crisps, 150g  
  2. Co-op Irresistible Hand Crafted Sour Cherry Marshmallows, 100g  
  3. Co-op Giant Chocolate Medallion, 58g  
  4. Co-op Irresistible Cranberry & Clementine Flapjack Cookies, 200g  
  5.  Co-op Irresistible Hand Cooked Ultimate Roast Potato Crisps, 150g  
  6. Co-op White Chocolate Polar Bear/Milk Chocolate Reindeer Lollies, 30g each  

Collecting for families across Essex

There are many families struggling to get by at the moment, with the economic hardships of the coronavirus pandemic combining with the added financial pressures of preparing for Christmas. 

To support them, each of our stores across Essex are now donating baskets of shopping to local charities who can direct them to those most in need - such as parish councils, foodbanks, volunteer groups, and those helping the homeless - in a project we're calling #GiveALittleSomething. 

Can I live with someone with COVID and not catch it?

There is a lot of advice out there telling you how to avoid catching or spreading the coronavirus, but with millions of people already diagnosed with the virus millions more will be living with someone who already has it. So, what can you do to avoid catching the coronavirus if you share a house with, or are caring for, someone who has already caught it?

Can I have tradespeople in my house?

Last week, the Essex Chronicle provided some very useful clarification regarding government rules surrounding tradespeople - specifically, can you let them into your home during lockdown? Many homeowners are using this time, and the money from cancelled holidays, to renovate or make home improvements. Emergency repairs are also increasingly common as the temperatures begin to drop. So what is allowed, and what is the best way to stay safe with workers close by?

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