The Brunel, Swindon is currently in National Lockdown. Only our Essential Retailers are open. Please check with individual retailers as opening times will vary.

Our Essentials Open:
Boots Opticians
Marks & Spencer
Grape Tree
Holland & Barrett
White Horse Opticians
Vision Express
Go Gym Stuff (Click & Collect)
Delikatesy Polksi Smaczek
Professional Footcare (Appointment Only)
Lloyds Bank

Food Outlets Open for Takeaway / Delivery:
McCtaffs (Delivery)
Broccoli Pasta & Pizza
Burger Priest
The Taste of India

In line with the Government Guidelines providing a safe environment for our customers, retailers and employees is our priority. When you visit The Brunel you will notice there have been some changes made to the Shopping Centre to ensure you can shop safely.

What we are doing at The Brunel:
We have enhanced our cleaning regime across the high touch points in the Shopping Centre
– Throughout the Shopping Centre you will see signage advising you to maintain the 2m social distancing, wash your hands regularly and for 20 seconds, wear a face covering and limiting the use of lifts, stairs and escalators.
– The Brunel Shopping Centre is complying with the NHS Track & Trace System, with QR codes on all our entrances. When visiting The Brunel please scan the code on your phone on arrival
– You may be asked to queue when a store reaches capacity.
– Our Public toilets are currently closed.
– Lifts will be limited to one person or one visitor group at a time.
You will be asked to observe social distancing on stairs and escalators staying 4 steps away.
– Mall Seating has been removed across the Shopping Centre and The Crossing.
– Some retailers will only be accepting card payments.
– To ensure the safety of our customers, retailers and employees we may at times have to limit the number of people in the Shopping Centre and restrict access when we get busy.

Please be considerate and wear your face covering when visiting The Brunel.

Face Coverings may reduce the spread of coronavirus, we would like to remind you to also continue to follow our other guidelines in place for social distancing, hand washing and use of stairs, lifts and escalators.

Some of our shoppers may be exempt from wearing a face covering, this includes;
– Young children under the age of 11
– Due to a physical or mental illness or impairment, or disability
– To eat or drink, but only if you need to
– If a police officer or other official requests you to remove your face covering

You must not leave or be outside of your home except where you have a ‘reasonable excuse’. A ‘reasonable excuse’ includes:
Essential activities – you can leave home to buy things at shops or obtain services. You may also leave your home to do these things on behalf of a disabled or vulnerable person or someone self-isolating.