COVID-19 Updated Trading Information

Written by Beth Bright

All at John Bright are doing our upmost to keep business running as normal however due to new ruling from the government, all fencing works have stopped until further notice.  This is the first time in 37 years that we have had to down tools but as a small family business, employing local families, safety is paramount.  We are not currently making site visits for any estimates.

The shop, and office remains open.  We are cleaning public spaces throughout the day to ensure customers and staff remain as safe as possible.  There is only one customer allowed to the counter at a time and we have a member of our team collecting items from the shop for you and also loading in the yard.  We would like to encourage you to place orders over the phone (01308 421545), website or email ( [email protected] ) before visiting.

If you require a special animal feed orders please allow enough time, orders are currently coming through as normal but we would hate for you to be without.

We are requesting that when paying for purchases you use card, Apple/Google Pay or bank transfer.  Please no cash or cheque.

Deliveries are as normal running on Tuesdays and Fridays, they are kerbside deliveries and no signature is required.  Please make us aware if you are self isolating or in the vulnerable category.

We have restricted our opening times, they are currently:
Monday – Friday 8 am – 5 pm
Saturday – 8.30 am – 4 pm

During your visit to us, we would like to follow the governments advice of:

  • Standing 2m from people
  • No handshaking or contact

This is for everyone’s best interests, thank you.

The Holy Cow milk shed is open.  Milk supplies will not stop.  The vending machine is regularly stocked with up, yoghurt, bacon, cheeses, creme fraiche, butter and chocolate.  There is a hand sanitiser to use, one at a time in the shed and please leave the front door open.

Please follow the governments advice to help everyone stay safe.

Take care

John,Bridget and Beth

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