Standard process as expected
To my understanding, when i worked there you could ask for an application form.
If your a pretty girl/woman you've got a good chance of getting hired
They often do group interviews with a few activities including scenarios and picking out an object you think most suitable for the customer described alongside a one on one interview. the induction process is good as you get buddied up with an existing colleague so that you have some support on your first 5 shifts.
I just applied online through Dunelm Website, but I also under took a two week customer service training course beforehand.
Apply on line
September time they start looking for Christmas temps that will join the team. This is how I started, if you work hard and prove your self you are likely to stay on with the company with a permanent position.
Register with their website, complete the application form and submit CV, telephone interview followed by face to face interview and basic customer service scenario exercises.