North Wales garden centres begin to re-open after lockdown rules slightly relaxed
Written by admin on May 11, 2020
Garden centres in North Wales have begun to re-open after lockdown rules were slightly relaxed on Friday 8th May by the First Minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford.
Although the lockdown continues in Wales for another 3 weeks the Welsh Government have allowed garden centres to reopen if they stick to strict social distancing measures for customers.
One of the local garden centres that will re-open is North Wales Garden World in Kinmel Bay on Wednesday 13th May. The centre will follow strict 2 metre social distancing and will operate similar to supermarkets with a one customer in, one customer out policy.
The garden centre has also stated that their preference will be card payments only and the store will be closed on Monday to cope with online orders for customers who can’t visit the centre.
Jackson’s Garden Centre in Trelawynd, will be continuing for now to remain closed until Wednesday 20th May, opening its outdoor garden area only. The centre will only be open Wednesday to Sunday to walk-in customers, with only 2 members from one household and a limited amount of customers outside. The centre will also continue strict social distancing.
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