The business is now operating as normal with all stores open and the vast majority trading a full seven day week. As a result, the Group has ceased to make use of the UK Government's Job Protection Scheme.
Rob Parker, Chief Executive, said: "I am pleased with how well the business has navigated the crisis to date and feel that we are well positioned for whatever comes next. Our colleagues have responded brilliantly over the last five months and I would like to once again place on record my thanks for their dedication and endeavour. I am also very grateful to our loyal customers who have continued to support us during this period. Our response to the pandemic has strengthened the business and fundamentally improved our liquidity position, providing further flexibility and putting us in a strong position both to benefit from the recovery in our markets and to meet any future challenges."
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