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Following yesterday evening’s address from Prime Minister Boris Johnson where he called for the suspension of all non-essential services in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic we have taken the decision to move Village Blinds into hibernation with immediate effect.

We had hoped to open today, Tuesday 24th of March, however with the current medical and scientific advice urging people to “stay at home to save lives”, we must think first of the health and wellbeing of our staff and customers. Therefore we have no alternative but to put the company into hibernation until further notice.

We apologise to those customers that will miss out on having their new blinds fitted or collected today, but in an effort to prevent or slow the spread of Coronavirus, we have to act swiftly. We will prioritise those customers that have blinds already manufactured once things return to normal and will update you all via our website and social media.

To all our customers, thank you for your support, stay home, stay safe and take care, we’ll see you all soon.

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