By Rose Thorley - 24th June 2020 6:08am
Saturday 27th June
We are thrilled to announce that we will be re-opening our doors at The Eleventh Hour Gift Shop & Boutique on Saturday 27th June.
Having been closed for personal and government reasons we are delighted that we are now in a position to welcome all our fabulous customers back through our door.
Our opening hours will however, be changing with a view to extending our days in the next few weeks. As many of you know Mark has been undergoing treatment for Leukaemia, putting us in both in the 'Shielding' bracket following government advice, and we remain in this until August. Therefore we will be relying on our lovely friends to help us out again in managing the shop for us while we are unable to do this.
We have made all the changes and recommendations that the government has advised to ensure that we are a safe environment and ask that our customers respect these, including, use of our hand sanitizer when entering the premises, social distancing inside and outside the shop, maximum of 2 person entry at a time to comply with safe social distancing, to protect yourself and others we kindly request that you do not handle products unless you intend to buy but help and advice is available, and at present we regretfully request that children of 10 are asked to remain outside of the shop unless they are in a pushchair, again this is to protect them and others . we hope to be able to lift these requests as soon as advised by not only the government but also our own consultant.
We have so many new and exciting ranges in our little shop and cant wait to show you all, including, a new range of ladies sportwear.
We cannot wait to see you all again soon, in the meantime our lovely friends will be on hand to help you so please continue to support us during these testing times.
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