Effingham Shop update 3

Currently, the following shops are open at The Laurels.
All shops are observing social distancing rules and are limiting the number of customers. Many of the shop managers and staff are working long hours to keep the shops stocked and are under pressure. We are sure residents will be grateful for their hard work and will respect the measures in place with patience and courtesy. Fortunatly Parker & Son have been able to restock and are reopening.

Bevan’s Butchers
Open 09:00 to 18:00 hours Monday to Saturday
09:00 to 16:00 hours Sunday
Four customers allowed in shop at one time

The Bakery
Open 07:00 to 14:00 hours Monday to Saturday
Two customers allowed in shop at one time.

The Village Supermarket
Open 07:00 to 19:00 Monday to Saturday
09:00 to 19:00 Sunday
Two customers allowed in shop at one time
The supermarket does not normally offer a delivery service. During the current situation it is providing limited deliveries where possible to local customers who are totally self-isolated who can telephone to request delivery 01372 454031.

Parker & Son
Open Monday to Saturday from 10:00 to 13:00 hours
Two customers allowed in shop at one time.

Cedar Nursery
Are running a ‘non contact, ‘click and collect’ service for logs and coal, please call for information.
Have an email and phone ordering service, with non-contact local delivery available for a range of items including plants and outdoor furniture.
If you have any queries about new or existing orders please do not hesitate to speak to a member of staff, tel 01932 862473 or email: Sales@landscaping.co.uk

The Vineries garden centre
Are offering home deliveries – phone 01372 458 934. Details on their website http://www.thevineriesgardencentre.co.uk/

EFFRA will keep residents updated on any changes.

5 thoughts on “Effingham Shop update 3”

    1. As I understand, the lease has come to an end. The Paper Delivery has been sold to another company, so people should still be able to get their papers delivered. What will happen to the shop is unknown, made even more uncertain with the current lockdown.

    1. Government restrictions have closed all pubs, with no timetable for when they might reopen. That is the reason the Sir Douglas Haig is boarded up. There are no known plans to shutdown the pub, and indeed the Neighbourhood Plan provides some protection for it.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *