More LEGO Stores will close their doors on Boxing Day following the expansion of tier 4 restrictions across the UK.
The highest level of COVID-19 restrictions in the UK requires the closure of all non-essential retail, which includes LEGO Stores. The three London sites, Watford, Bluewater and Milton Keynes are currently closed due to tier 4 restrictions in the south, south-east and east of the country.
From Sunday, December 26, the Brighton and Southampton stores must also close their doors for the foreseeable future. The current restrictions for existing tier 4 areas will be reviewed on December 30, but it’s not clear if that review will also include the new regions.
LEGO Stores throughout the rest of England will remain open, so if you’re in Birmingham, Newcastle, Sheffield, Manchester, Bristol, Liverpool or Leeds, you’ll still be able to check out all the new sets in person on January 1 – provided there are no further developments between now and the new year.