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Post Office/Pluto House UPDATE

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Apologies for the short notice to all our customers but with immediate effect, the Post Office and Pluto House Gift Shop will now only open during weekday afternoons and on Saturday morning.

  • Monday-Friday inclusive — Open from 2pm-5.30pm
  • Saturday — Open from 9am-12.30pm

Lesley Morton's staff colleague at the Post Office has been furloughed by us since she rightly needs to shield her elderly father.

Lesley will also now be assisting in the home deliveries when not at the Post Office.

Thank you all in advance for your support and apologies for any inconvenience during this difficult time.

Best regards, Thom and Lesley Morton

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