We are so excited to be able to start establishing some form of normality by announcing that we will be opening our shop again on Saturday 20th June. The last few months have been such a bizarre and film-like situation, but we are glad to finally start getting back to ‘normal’. It seems so long ago since we saw all of your lovely faces. We hope you have been keeping safe and looking after yourselves.
The health and safety of all our wonderful customers is top priority. So, to make sure we are staying safe and looking after everyone in our shop we will be implementing the following guidelines when we reopen:
- All customers and staff to maintain a 2m distance
- Only 2 customers in the shop at any one time
- Hand gel will be available for you to use upon arrival
- Tester candles available for you to smell scents with new stock available to purchase with minimal hands on contact
- Encouraging cashless payments where possible with our pin machine being sanitised after each use.
During lockdown we have used this time to test new products and expand on our gift range. You may have seen some of our new gifts already on our website www.teversalvillagecandlecompany.co.uk and Facebook/Instagram pages @teversalvillagecandlecompany. But we are very excited for you to be able to view this in person very soon. Opening just in time for Fathers Day we have a range of gifts perfect for those dads you just don’t know what to get!
We have introduced new scents to our candle range and whilst many others are still being tested, we hope to get these out to you very soon.
We also have a wider selection of home decor gifts, gardening gifts, cleaning caddies that even Mrs Hinch would be proud of and a new baby range, with some adorable little gifts for the new arrivals in your life.
Can’t get to us?
Don’t worry for those of you who cannot access the shop as we have most of our stock now on our website. We are also offering free local delivery when you use our TVCCLOCAL code and free delivery when spending over £45. What a perfect excuse for some retail therapy and a chance to finally be getting back to ‘normal’.