Message from Becky Dick (Taxtiles) regarding the Coronavirus

To all my customer/clients,

Amid the developing coronavirus situation, I wanted to take this opportunity to reassure you of the actions I am taking to your safety and wellbeing is of the utmost importance to me at Taxtiles.
I am closely watching the situation with COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and doing everything I can to make sure that my studio space and specimens I preserve are sanitised and safe for your home.

Thankfully, I have not been directly affected by COVID-19 and I have taken preventative measures to ensure this remains the case.

Additionally, I would also like to reassure you that my services as a taxidermist and artist will continue to function as normal. I am following government guidelines and have introduced a variety of measures such as extra sanitation procedures in my studio space and sanitising the packaging I use when sending pieces of work.


For customers who collect their work in person. I can offer several options of sending through the post or collection at a allocated time slot. If you have any concerns, Please either phone 07712706750 or email me at taxtiles.taxidermy@gmail.com  

For future customers or ongoing orders, I encourage doing future consultations by email, messenger, phone call or video chat. I also encourage BACS payments or PayPal when paying for your order.

How you can help
It is crucial, now more than ever, that we all follow the World Health Organisation’s advice on Coronavirus and do everything we can to help stop the spread of the virus.

Stay safe and healthy,

Kind Regards,

Becky Dick

 

Owner of Taxtiles

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