These are all the shops that have reopened at Edinburgh's Fort Kinnaird

Non-essential shops reopened their doors across Scotland today.

Monday, 29th June 2020, 4:45 pm

Hundreds of eager shoppers flooded to Edinburgh outlets this morning as the reopening of non-essential stores got underway.

Pictures from a rammed Princes Street in the city centre showed queues snaking around pavements as keen consumers waited in the rain for their favourite shops to reopen.

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Primark was one of the big openings, both at Fort Kinnaird and on Princes Street, with lengthy socailly-distant queues waiting for the doors to open.

But what about other openings?

Well, at Fort Kinnaird, there have been a fair few.

Here is a full list of all of the stores to have reopened at the retail park:

M&S along with Primark reopened at Fort Kinnaird today
M&S along with Primark reopened at Fort Kinnaird today

Beaverbrooks

Boots

Claire's

Clarks

Currys / PC World & Carphone Warehouse

Fat Face

Game.

Goldsmiths

Greggs

H&M

Hobbycraft

Hotel Chocolat

JD Sports

Mamas & Papas

Marks & Spencer

McDonald's

Mountain Warehouse

Nando's

New Look

Next

O2

Outfit

Pets at Home

Pizza Hut

Primark

River Island

schuh

schuh kids

Skechers

Smyths Toys

Specsavers

SportsDirect.com

Starbucks

Superdrug

Swarovski

Tapi Carpets

The Perfume Shop

Typo

Vision Express

wagamama

Waterstones

WH Smith

Wilko

Wren Kitchens

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