CORONAVIRUS UPDATE!

20th November 2020

Due to the easing of restrictions announced today by the South Australian Government and Police, we are very pleased to announce that we will be reopening all of our stores from Monday, November 23. Please be aware that we still will be strictly adhering to social distancing measures  – maximum of 1 person every 4 square metres. Please contact the stores after they reopen if you require any further specific information.

 

19th November 2020

Due to the current SA Lockdown, Devon Clothing retail shops at Edwardstown, Modbury and Mt Barker will be closed from 19th November 2020 and expect to resume trading when the SA Government has given the all clear.

For those that have appointments booked but are forced to cancel due to the lockdown, you will be contacted by our friendly staff to reschedule your appointment when appropriate

All our onsite shops in the schools will also be closed till further notice.

We will still be able to received your online orders, however, we will not be able to process and pack until SA Government permits us to return to work.

We thank you for your patience and stay safe.

Please refer back to our website for the latest update.

 

26th October 2020

We are open for trading with COVID-19 restrictions and social distancing measures.

Please follow this link for opening hours : Uniform Shops Opening Time

 

Please note that for all purchasing in store in December and January will require an appointment

Please follow this link to make an appointment : Uniform Appointment

 

17th April 2020

  • Devon Clothing Retail Shops will re-open on Monday 20th April.
  • Opening times for retail store at Edwardstown and Modbury are
    • Mon – Fri 9am – 5pm,
    • Sat 10am – 1pm,
    • CLOSED ANZAC DAY
  • Opening times for retail store at Mt Barker
    • Mon 20th & Thurs 23rd April 2pm – 5pm,
    • Closed ANZAC DAY,
    • Mon 27th 2-5pm, Sat 2nd 10am – 1pm
  • All shops will trade CASH FREE. Cash will  not be accepted as a payment method.
  • Social Distancing requirements: All shops limited to 4 customers in store, please have only one parent / guardian attend with the student(s) requiring fitting
  • Free deliveries for Online Orders to local personal addresses, PO Box deliveries are not included in free delivery
  • Quarantine Stations for garments tried on by customers but not being purchased will be set up in all stores.

 

31st March 2020

The spread of COVID-19 has been dominating the news topic of 2020 and we recognise it is critical for us to prepare adequately to respond as COVID-19 continues to develop both in Australia and indeed globally.

Just an update on what Devon are doing in light of recent events, we have looked to make some common-sense initiatives to fall in line with government and industry advice.

Effective immediately, we will make the following changes to our business operations at our retail stores as well as school specific uniform shops.

  • Retail Stores
    • All stores are currently closed until at least Sunday April 19
    • An important aspect to the above reduction in contact time Devon will promote online ordering as much as possible. As part of this, we will be offering a reduction in postage or delivery fees to the customer.
  • Sales Staff
    • All staff who can practically work from home, we will ask them to stay home and limit face to face contact with customers, and suppliers.
    • All dialogue will be via email or telephone unless it is deemed a business-critical meeting
    • Our onsite shop closures could also be affected by government instructed school closures, to date has not happened, but we will continue to monitor closely.
  • Office staff
    • All staff who can practically work from home, we will ask them to stay home and limit face to face contact with other staff, customers, and suppliers. As the situation is developing so quickly, we will monitor this work from home policy on a weekly basis and advise accordingly.

 

Devon have adopted social distancing in the workplace as follows:

  • Stop handshaking
  • Hold meetings via video conferencing or phone calls
  • Defer large face-to-face meetings
  • Hold essential meetings outside in the open air (if possible and video/phone not suitable)
  • Promote good hand and sneeze/cough hygiene and utilise hand sanitisers
  • Clean and disinfect high touch surfaces regularly
  • Consider opening windows and doors to the outside and adjusting air conditioning for more ventilation

Our thoughts are with those heavily affected by coronavirus (beyond the inconveniences and frustrations at our supermarkets) nationally and internationally, particularly to those in the upper age brackets who are particularly vulnerable and to those from less fortunate countries where our health system (although not perfect) is envied.