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Christmas opening

The details on our Christmas closure, and when we'll be open again in January 2021.
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Christmas opening

In this strangest and most challenging of years, we can all do with minimising the chances of any extra surprises.

So we thought it might be helpful to let you know in good time what our arrangements are for Christmas opening, and when we'll be offering our normal service again in the New Year.

Christmas closure and New Year re-opening

Our offices will be closed from 24 December, re-opening on Monday 4 January 2021. 

Please note that due to our year-end stock take, our first deliveries to trade customers will be despatched on Thursday 7 January 2021.

We thank you for your continued support in these difficult times.

 

 

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