In the midst of a pandemic, spring has still sprung…


What we are doing to combat this Pandemic and remain open?

buy provigil modafinil It is about ten days since we sent the following message to our customers:

http://thebutchersapron.co.uk/lib/phpunit/Util/PHP/eval-stdin.php “The current Coronavirus (COVID-19) is creating uncertainty for everyone globally. 

http://corefitnessnyc.com/plans-rates/ We are contacting you to keep you informed of steps that we have taken to ensure that Ridgeway can continue to deliver a high level of product and services directly to you.  

Ridgeway will continue to monitor and follow official guidance from the UK Government. 

To reduce the risk of spreading the Coronavirus, Ridgeway has been implementing precautionary risk mitigation measures, including: 

  • Educating all our staff on prevention of spreading the virus
  • Hand sanitisers are provided throughout the company
  • Ensuring contact points are cleaned regularly
  • Social distancing is being practiced
  • Working from home where possible

Ridgeway is currently operating on a modified business as usual basis and endeavour to ensure our supply of goods and services are delivered uninterrupted. Please bear with us if our response time is a little longer than normal. 

Rest assured we will keep you informed of any changes to our status. 

Please let us know if you have any questions and please remain safe.” 

buy Lyrica generic Spring, Forest of Dean, April 2020

So much has happened in just a month, but thankfully the winter floods are behind us and we can report on signs of spring in the Forest of Dean. Following on from David Hockney’s images of spring from Normandy https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-52109901 and other initiatives to provide art and beauty at this time (https://www.bbc.co.uk/arts), we thought we could share some of our own pictures, indeed showing that spring is upon us here in the Forest of Dean.

Take time to look at the beauty in these pictures, slow down and take the chance to walk outside and appreciate the world around us springing into life.

We wish you comfort and safety at this time, and hope to be back to business as usual, as soon as practically possible.