The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Chris Langford: April 2020
It might not be obvious but the gates and fences that some of you are leaning on and touching may be a source of infection. Both myself and my parents are in vulnerable groups yet because of the unending nature of farming and looking after animals, we cannot easily self quarantine.
All we are asking is that you refrain from leaning on and touching the gates we use as much as possible to ensure both yours and our safety at this difficult time.
Together we can all beat it! Many thanks, the Langford family
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