Covid-19 Stores Update

Dear Shoal,

You will no doubt be aware that the UK Government has announced a lockdown in England until the 2nd of December. As a result all of our English based stores are closed for the duration of the lockdown. Our Livingstone shop in Scotland flies the Weird Fish flag for the time being, along with Carmarthen in Wales, which we plan to re-open next week.

We certainly hope this lockdown does its intended job of getting the COVID-19 virus under control, so that we can get our teams safely back to doing what they love the most, welcoming and looking after the Weird Fish Shoal.

We look forward to catching up on all your lockdown tales, Christmas plans, and the unbreakable new year’s resolutions, as soon as the whistle blows and it’s safe to fling open the doors once more.

In the meantime, please do keep in touch through our social media channels, where we can look forward to sharing anything that keeps us all entertained and in a positive mood. We will do our utmost to create a fun festive atmosphere during these challenging times.

Our online store remains very much open 24/7 at weirdfish.co.uk, with our brand-new Christmas range launching this week and many new features added daily, hopefully timed to chime with the chilly winter weather. We have also just launched our latest Bamboo active range, to help keep you keep fit and fabulous.

Our new styles and re-imagined classics should help brighten up those days at home, or keep you toasty on your winter walks. So to get you started we will continue offering an increased incentive of 20% off everything, rather than your usual 15%.

Our free returns policy will remain extended to 6 months! Here’s a chance to create a Christmas catwalk in the lounge, and treat the family to a festive fashion show.

We will keep monitoring the situation and continue to follow advice from the government and world health organisation, and as soon as we are given the all clear, we look forward to welcoming you back with open arms!

Keep well and stay safe,

John Stockton
CEO