Bosses of Currys PC World have revealed the locations of more than 30 new stores reopening for click and collect.

All stores were forced to close back in March when the lockdown was imposed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

In the past few weeks, a gradual number of stores have reopened with a 'zero-contact' order and collect service.

What have Currys PC World said?

Mark Allsop, chief operating officer at Dixons Carphone, the company who own Currys PC World, said: “On May 22, we opened 20 stores to operate a zero-contact order and collect service, this has gone extremely well and we are pleased to announce that we will be extending the service to 32 further stores nationwide as of today (June 4).

"With a tremendous amount of hard work and commitment from our store colleagues, we are happy and confident that we’re providing both customers and colleagues a safe environment as we roll-out this service further.

“The drive-thru order and collect service is a zero-contact way customers can purchase items online and collect them from their chosen local store, with pickup availability ranging from an hour after purchase to the next day depending on stock.

"Once customers have placed an order, they will receive an email to say the item is ready to be collected safely.

“Over the last two weeks we have seen over 24,000 items purchased and collected from the 20 stores safely, with top performing products including, small screen TVs, home audio, laptops, printers and scanners, consoles and PC gaming hardware. The average wait time has been less than five minutes.

“Customer and colleague safety continues to be our highest priority. At the stores we have implemented social distancing and hygiene measures to ensure that colleagues feel comfortable in coming back to work and our customers feel safe to visit us.

“We are following government advice on the reopening of our stores. When we do, we will be prepared to open so that our customers can shop for their important tech in-store safely and with the right measures in place."

WATCH: Here's how the new click and collect service works

The new stores opening for zero-contact order and collect services are:

  • Aberdeen Berryden
  • Bangor Menai
  • Blackburn Peel Centre
  • Brentford
  • Brighton & Hove
  • Cardiff East
  • Carlisle
  • Chester Deva
  • Douglas
  • Dundee Kingsway
  • Edinburgh Kinnaird
  • Enfield De Mandeville
  • Glasgow Braehead
  • Hereford
  • Hull St Andrews Quay
  • Inverness Telford Street
  • Ipswich Interchange
  • Kirkcaldy
  • Lincoln Tritton
  • Medway
  • Old Kent Road
  • Oldham
  • Oxford Botley
  • Plymouth
  • Poole
  • Reading Gate
  • Rotherham
  • Stevenage
  • Stirling
  • Swansea Morfa
  • Warrington
  • York Clifton Moor

The first 20 stores to reopen were:

  • Cambridge     
  • Cribbs Causeway      
  • Croydon         
  • Leeds Birstall 
  • Leicester Fosse         
  • Liverpool Aintree        
  • Milton Keynes
  • New Malden   
  • North Shields Silverlink         
  • Norwich Sweet Briar  
  • Nottingham Castle Marina     
  • Solihull
  • Southampton 
  • Staples Corner           
  • Stockport Peel Centre
  • Stoke Festival Park
  • Swindon         
  • Teesside Park
  • Thurrock
  • Wednesbury J9