The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Webteam: April 2020
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Gerry will shut up shop at the close of business on Easter Saturday — 11 April — and is still taking Easter Orders for Fresh Turkey, Turkey Breast, Lamb, Beef, Pork and Ham for pick up until that date. He is working his normal hours until then. Customer's are encouraged to keep a "Social Distance" inside and outside the shop to keep everyone safe.
He will rent his butcher's shop to another butcher, Ray Tindal, from Sunday, 12th April but it is likely to be closed for a few days while the new butcher sorts out how he wants to operate. Once known, opening hours will be published on this site.
So, 'thank you' Gerry for the service provided over the last 18 years and may we wish all the best to you and your family in the years to come
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