After Lockdown at Gadsby’s

May 28, 2020

Gadsby’s re-opening changes

We do not expect many customers for the first two or three weeks following re-opening but we have put the following precautions in place.

Gadsby’s have introduced a customer flow system which should keep visitors spaced at least two meters apart. Customers will browse in a clockwise direction and queue to pay in a designated area, all socially distanced.

We have limited the number of customers to five per floor, not allowing more than two people in a group to enter together.

Anti-bacterial gel will be available at all times for customer use, and a screen has been erected over the counter to protect staff and customers.

Customers framing orders may take a couple of days longer than usual but we are not expecting our normal service to be affected in any other way.

If you have any other queries please do not hesitate to contact us using the normal methods of communication.

We look forward to seeing you soon.

Stay safe & healthy!

Peter and the team at Gadsby’s.

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