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Covid-19 Updates

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Covid-19 Updates

We want to keep you updated on our status every step of the way. Days we will be open, which delivery services may have been interrupted, etc.

Check the date for each update, if nothing has been expanded on, then the situation remains the same for that update.

Thursday 2nd April

We are still answering emails and Facebook messages, but will not be available for calls now until Monday.

Monday 30th March

We are working normal opening hours this week to post out and answer the phone, however, it is still delivery only.

Wednesday 25th March

Although we are still taking orders as usual, we have now reduced our working days. We will update on Monday which days we will be dispatching products, but for the time being any orders placed after 12pm yesterday will be dispatched on Friday. 


Tuesday 24th March

We are still taking orders for delivery.

Due to the current lockdown status, we will no longer be accepting customer collections, this option is to be removed from our website immediately and all customers who arrive at the unit will be turned away. Our Unit is too small to keep the recommended 2 meter distancing in place.

All courier's are still running, but with new contactless measures in place.

Monday 23rd March

It is important to note that we are still open and both very healthy. We are happy to welcome visitors, however, unlike in school holidays and due to social distancing, we do not have the space to have entire families visit us.
In line with social distancing and contactless payments, please place your order through the website, we can then book you an appointment if you wish to collect your order. Please stick to that appointment, so we have the time to disinfect between visits. There are only two of us running this small, but seemingly large company (so we've heard) and we are trying our hardest to keep things normal, however, it is very important that we look after our own health as well as yours, by not overcrowding small areas