As the government is easing the lockdown, more shops are opening on Monday 15th of June. We walked down the high street and mapped all the shops opening for you – find the list below. If you’re a local business planning to open soon but not on this list, let us know and we will add you!
Please observe social distancing rules and stay at least 2 metres away from others. This will mean that smaller shops will be able to admit only one or two customers at a time. Some of them offer pre-booked appointments like Sheen Uncovered – check the shops’ website and social media for details.
The government is making face coverings compulsory on public transport from 15th June. They also advise to wear face coverings in enclosed public spaces where social distancing is not possible and where you are more likely to come into contact with people you do not normally meet, for example, in some shops. Face coverings are also compulsory from 25th June for NHS staff, hospital visitors and outpatients.
Local shops stocking face masks are: Boots, Dumlers Chemist, Halusky, May Boutique and Sheen Uncovered.
Fashion store Coverup (224 Upper Richmond Road West) will be reopening on 15th June with initial opening hours between 11:30am-4:30pm.
A new bridal shop, Tala Daniel Bridal Couture will be opening at 240 Upper Richmond Road West, between Sugar Hair and Pala Kebab.
Sugar Hair (242 Upper Richmond Road West) is getting ready for reopening. No date yet but email email@example.com to get on their waiting list.
Sheen Kitchen Design (206-208 Upper Richmond Road West) will be opening on 1st July for pre-booked appointments only.
Benardout Interiors (168 Upper Richmond Road West) are reopening on the 15th of June.
Kyzan Hairdressing (168 Upper Richmond Road West) will have their grand reopening on the 4th of July – book your appointment now.
The Westend Bed Company (215 Upper Richmond Road West) are re-opening the store on 15th June.
The first charity shop to open in Sheen is Mind (211 Upper Richmond Road West) on the 15th of June for a maximum of 4 customers at a time. Reduced opening hours 11am-1pm and 1:30pm-5pm.
A&M Sugarcraft (136 Upper Richmond Road West) will be open from 15th June.
May London (245 Upper Richmond Road West) are reopening on the 15th of June with special promotions and their new high summer collections.
Sheen Uncovered & Ruby Blue (281-287 Upper Richmond Road West) are re-opening on 15th June. Please book a shopping slot online to help with social distancing.
Mr Carpet (299 Upper Richmond Road West) are reopening on 15th June with free carpet underlay with every carpet remnant until the end of July.
Micro Beers (335 Upper Richmond Road West) are now open Wednesday to Sunday with draught beer and all the usual varieties available for takeaway – no drinking in-store yet. Click and collect and home delivery available.
Sheen Sports (353-355 Upper Richmond Road West) are currently operating home deliveries only but will open the shop for customers from 15th June. Home deliveries will be still available, order via email or phone.
Presents East Sheen (Formerly Classic Collections, 379 Upper Richmond Road West) are opening again on 15th June, just in time for your Father’s Day cards purchases.
A Party Palace (487-493 Upper Richmond Road West) are planning to open on the 16th of June, initially Tuesday – Saturday from 10-4, with local delivery in the afternoons.
Just Write Stationers (278-280 Upper Richmond Road West) are currently operating home deliveries on workdays, email them with your order.
The car wash in the parking lot of the Pig & Whistle on Sheen Lane is open Mon-Sat 9am-6pm, Sunday 10am-4pm.
Pandemonium toy store (Sheen Lane) is opening on 15th June, 10am-4pm every day. One group of customers at a time, entry via the front door, exit through the back door.
The Robin Craft Café (38 Sheen Lane) are now open from 9am – 3 pm for takeaways, pre-order on the phone.
Coffee & Cake Co (30 Sheen Lane) are open Fridays to Sundays 9am—2pm for takeout and collection only, preorder online.
Most restaurants and cafés are open for takeaways. You can support them by ordering directly from the restaurant and not via apps like Deliveroo or Uber Eats which charge about 25% commission.
Traffic in London could double as lockdown eases, if we don’t start changing our habits. Please consider walking or cycling to your destination if you can, and shopping and exercising locally.