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SPAR TATTENHALL - DEDICATED SHOPPING SLOTS - UPDATE

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THOM

Mindful that we are all being advised to 'STAY AT HOME', I have decided that emergency Key Workers and vulnerable +60 year olds in the village, might just need a couple of dedicated shopping slots for their needs and only their needs during the latest lockdown.

Key workers are those employed in industries which are deemed critical to the coronavirus response and some of our +60 year olds, of course, are more vulnerable than others.

You know who you are — we don't intend to police this but would ask for your respect and co-operation.

Signage will be in place and, during these times, the side door will be in operation.

From Sunday 17 January, therefore, we are offering 2 preferential and dedicated slots for these two groups as follows:

  • Sundays 8.00am — 9.00am
  • Tuesdays 9.30am — 10.00am

We continue to offer home delivery services on 4 days each week:

  • Tuesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday

As previously, either call on these mornings 01829 770302 between 09.00am-10.00am for delivery that day or email with the day of preference to tom@tmorton.myzen.co.uk

We will also pick up from any other village shop of your choice.

Best regards everyone and stay safe.

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