updated Friday June 4th
We are open for business
As a crucial element to keeping the wheels of local industry & agriculture in motion, Millennium has remained OPEN for business throughout the Covid-19 crisis.
To enable us to continue with this service, we have followed government advice and taken all necessary measures to restrict personal contact and to protect customers & staff from the effects of the Covid-19 virus in, and around, our working environment.
We intend to remain open for business, as long as EVERYONE complies with the changes, set out below, and for as long as we feel comfortable with the situation.
The following details will be constantly assessed and may be altered without notice
Very important notes
All visitors are expected to respect our staff & other visitors by adhering to the following changes
Access to the trade counter area is strictly limited to 4 customers at any time, whilst observing social distancing, including a maximum of 2 customer, at any time, being served at the trade counter. Other customers are being politely asked to remain outside, either in their vehicles or by socially distancing from one another until sufficient customers have vacated the shop.
Without correct use of face coverings (unless there is an acceptable reason) you will not be allowed access to the shop
As with other shop/counter environments, all visitors are expected to obey social distancing rules
For anyone who should be isolating, or is feeling unwell, or is showing any cold or flu-like symptoms, please STAY AWAY!
All visitors are required to use the hand sanitiser which is available at the entrance. (We also have sanitiser for sale)
We ask for customers, where possible, to place orders in advance. Goods can then be made ready for collection outside the building. This has proved to be a popular way of doing business and keeps any contact to a minimum.
As stated we will be constantly reviewing the situation.
We would like to say a massive thank you to all customers & staff for supporting these necessary changes through, what has proved to be, a very challenging time