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Monday 09:30 - 18:00
Tuesday 09:30 - 18:00
Wednesday 09:30 - 18:00
Thursday 09:30 - 19:00
Friday 09:30 - 19:00
Saturday 09:30 - 19:00
Sunday 11:00 - 17:00
Furniture Brands in-store include:
Furniture: Alstons, Corndell, Duresta, Ercol, Himolla, Parker Knoll, Stressless, Swyft, Tempur House.
Bed Brands: Harrison Spinks, Hypnos, Reylon, Sleepeezee, Stressless, Swyft, Tempur House, Vispring.
Furniture delivery and optional disposal available.
Cards & Stationery
Eye Candy Brow & Lash Bar
Food & Drink
Londora Nail Bar
Jewellery & Watches
Make Up & Skincare
Personal Styling Suite
Duvets & Pillows
Lingerie & Nightwear
The White Company
Tots to Teens Shoes
Home Accessories & Gifts
In-Time Watch & Jewellery
Parent & Baby Rooms
Vacuums & Cleaners
Using Rewards is simple, the more you shop and use your card in any of our stores, the more points, promotions and exclusive offers you’ll receive. As a Rewards customer you will earn Rewards points every time you shop which you can redeem on anything in any of our stores.
They are dedicated to helping you find the perfect fit without having to compromise on style, and are on hand to advise you on the best designs for your shape. Visit our Lingerie department for your free fitting today!
*Differences in delivery charges, or other discounts and offers will be reflected in the price match. Price matching applies to merchandise in stock at competitors within 14 days of purchase. Does not apply to damaged/faulty or ex-display merchandise.
Items must be unused and in their original condition (including all labels and tags intact).
This does not affect your statutory rights.
The following products won’t be eligible for exchange or refund (unless faulty or not as described):
Products without original packaging or labels
Products that have been opened or unsealed (other than where necessary to inspect)
Perishable goods that contain food products (eg. Hampers) or which have an expiry date
Products that cannot be returned for hygiene reasons:
Swimwear (where the hygiene seal has been removed)
Lingerie briefs and stick-on bras
Mattresses (unless indicated in a supplier promotion)
Toilet seats and brushes
Personal care products
Would you like to be part of the Elys team?
If you enjoy working with people, are passionate about delivering great service and fancy being part of this exciting new shopping destination then send us your CV. We’re always recruiting for a whole host of positions across the store.
We’re always on the lookout for exceptional talent to join our teams and therefore are recruiting for a host of positions across the store. If you think you have what it takes, send your CV and a covering letter to email@example.com including your full name, work hours availability and retail department of interest.
Due to the large volume of applications only those selected for interview will be contacted.
All CVs will be held securely for 6 months and then destroyed confidentially.
Elys opened its doors in 1876 as a small tailor, outfitter and drapery seller. Founder, Joseph Ely, had left Essex aged 16 to walk to London in search of prosperity and opened the store after gaining experience in the retail trade.After testing the potential for custom by counting the number of people who passed the corner each hour, Joseph decided to build on Alexandra Road at the bottom of Wimbledon Hill, certain that the shops position would bring business.After 10 years of successful trading as Wimbledon’s first department store, Joseph moved to larger premises across the road to the corner of Worple Road, where the store still stands today.
The introduction of the tram to Wimbledon in 1907 saw the stores real success, bringing in custom from New Malden and Raynes Park. Joseph even persuaded conductors to shout ‘Elys corner!’ before the tram stopped outside the store.
Joseph died in 1910 and crowds gathered on the corner of Worple Road to watch the funeral procession. By the 1920s it was Joseph's son, Bernard, who was almost solely running the store and by its 50th anniversary in 1926 business had flourished. Elys became a Limited company during the year of its 60th anniversary and raised enough money from shareholders to put up a new shop front.
After Bernard’s death in 1957, his son took over management and business continued to grow, but a fire in the furniture warehouse in Gap Road destroyed hundreds of customer goods. Elys expanded into adjoining vacant properties in the 60s and the store had a major rebuild.
Morleys Stores Group acquired Elys in 1996; the store underwent a major refurbishment and introduced top end brands with the aim of attracting new types of shoppers. Today, Elys remains Wimbledon’s fashionable department store, and has won a place in the hearts of shoppers and developed a reputation for first class service.