A huge queue has been spotted outside The Range in Stoke-on-Trent as shoppers look to find a bargain.
The home, leisure and garden retailer is among those shops deemed to be essential and allowed to remain open to customers during the second lockdown.
Along with many other shops across the country, The Range is taking part in Black Friday where dozens of items, including toys, pet food and homeware, are heavily discounted.
And before the offers come to an end on December 2, as other shops come out of lockdown, customers headed to The Range store in City Road, Fenton, hoping to grab a bargain.
One shopper, who wished to remain anonymous, said: “I couldn’t believe the queue was that big on a Sunday. What must they have been selling to get so many people there?
“The queue went alongside the building, round the corner and back along the car park. It was massive.”
The Fenton store closes today at 4.30pm.