NAILSWORTH stationery shop Pulp is set to reopen on Monday.
The reopening is part of the easing of lockdown restrictions in England next week, which will see many non-essential shops returning to business after an enforced three-month shutdown.
Owner Charlotte Miles has created a special new window design, to welcome customers back to the store.
“For the come back window we wanted to incorporate Black Lives Matter, Covid19 and Pride month,” she said.
“We are all ready to open on Monday with temporary opening hours in place – Monday, from 12pm to 4pm, Tuesday to Friday, 9.30am to 4pm, and 10am til 2pm on Saturday.”
Although Pulp continued to trade online during the lockdown, Charlotte said: “It’s been tricky, as for all small businesses.
“But as it was our first year, it was even tougher.
“We are excited to re-open but understandably nervous.
“We will have a hand sanitiser station at the door, and a limit of two customers at a time.
“Printing jobs will need to be booked in and collected later in the day so that we can keep the shop as clear as possible.”
The shop offers printing, binding and laminating services, as well as a full range of stationery items, printer cartridges, cards, wrap, paper, card and office supplies, alongside an art supplies section.