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Worzals Farm Shop offers ‘no contact’ service for those self-isolating because of COVID-19





Worzals Farm Shop in Walton Highway is aiming to 'throw a lifeline' to some of the most vulnerable in the community.

Although it remains open, it's not business as usual. Instead it is operating a call and collect service in line with the social distancing measures enforced by the Government to keep their staff and customers safe.

Vulnerable members of the community and those self-isolating are invited to place their grocery orders via telephone or email in a bid to eliminate all contact.

General View of the outside of Worzals Wisbech. (32847922)
General View of the outside of Worzals Wisbech. (32847922)

When ordering, customers are allocated a collection time so that their shopping will be left at the boot of their car, ensuring no contact is made. It is no longer possible for customers to enter the Farm Shop.

Business owner, Joe Curson said: “During the crisis we have had so many customers contact us because they are frightened to go to the supermarket and they are unable to access home delivery services because of the high demand.

"We want to offer a little life-line for the most vulnerable in our community and will continue to provide a safe way for our customers to access the butchery, deli and everyday groceries for as long as possible.”

Worzels logo. (32847958)
Worzels logo. (32847958)

To use the call and collect service, contact Worzals Farm Shop on 01945 582231 or email your grocery list to worzalsfarmshop@outlook.com including a contact number. Orders are taken from 8am to noon on Thursdays. Fridays and Saturdays.



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