Gadsbys is closed!

March 24, 2020

Gadsby’s Covid-19 Closure

17/04/2020

Following the official notification this week that the UK will remain in lockdown for another 3 weeks, at least, Gadsby’s remains closed.

We are sorry that we can’t be there to serve our customers, new and old. But, as soon as we are allowed to open again, we will be there and ready to help.

Stay safe & healthy!

Peter and the team at Gadsby’s.

 

24/03/2020

As instructed in yesterday’s announcement that non-essential retail business must close Gadsby’s is closed for at least the next three weeks.

Our shop is a silent place today.  Our staff are not at work where they usually are, serving shop customers and answering your emails and calls.  However, just because we are not physically at the shop does not mean we are not here to help you during the next three weeks.  If you have any queries please email them to me at [email protected].  I shall endeavour to answer as many questions as quickly as I can.

This is a trying time for all of us, and an emotional one too.  Our small shop, framing and restoration business has survived two World Wars and financial recessions and now finds itself, alongside businesses and individuals around the world, battling Covid-19.  We want to do all we can to protect our staff, their family and friends, and to follow the government rules. With your continued support, we look forward to the day we can tell you we have reopened our business.

We hope that until then, each and every one of you will stay safe and healthy.

 

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