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George & Ali at The Village Chippy

Hello, hope everyone is well during these tricky times we have all been facing.
I hope you can all agree that it is nice to be getting back to a 'new' normal.

As a result of this I just wanted to update you on the chippy and opening hours.

We would like to let all our lovely, valued customers know that as from Monday 13th July the chippy will be back to opening 6 days a week (Mon-Sat).
We would like to take this opportunity to say a huge thank you to all our great customers who have supported us during these difficult times.

Rest assured we are still following government guidelines for the safety of our customers and if anybody has any questions or queries then please let us know.

Many thanks, take care and stay safe.
George, Ali and Staff. Xxx

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