BURGER King will be reopening its Deeside branch next week after being closed to the public since March.

After the bank holiday weekend, the Deeside Industrial Estate branch of Burger King will reopen its store for takeaway orders only.

The Flintshire-based branch will operate on a reduced menu and have confirmed they will be following all new cleaning routines in line with government guidelines and social distancing

Holly Ross, store manager, said: “We have new social distancing zones within the store and staff will be wearing PPE. We will be increasing handwashing, cleaning and sanitising procedures on all stations as well.

“We are an instore at Deeside offering take away only with a limited menu. There is also a new social distancing queuing system, points will be clearly marked, and we will be offering a reduced contact payment procedure.

“All the above is to protect both our team and our returning customers. The staff at Deeside are looking forward to welcoming them back next Tuesday.”

The store will reopen on Tuesday, May 26, from 11am until 7pm.