By Ali at the Chippy - 6th July 2015 6:08am
"we did it girls"
A massive thank you to all our lovely customer's on Saturday evening for their custom during party in the park and we sincerely hope everyone had a brilliant night.
Not sure if anybody had noticed George's absence this week....especially on Saturday...this is because sadly he has been taken into hospital — I (Ali) am hoping he will be home Sunday/Monday and will be back behind the range pretty soon.
Chippy closed on Monday
Therefore the Chippy will be closed this Monday 6th July...open again as usual on Tuesday, sorry for any inconvenience caused.
Ali would just like to thank her staff for this week....especially tonight!!!!
AudlemOnline would like to add its good wishes to George for a speedy recovery and return to his rightful place in this vital village business.
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