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One of our members has had a delivery from Jaspers, 93 Moseley Street, Deritend, B12 0RT. Tel: 0121 622 4220. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
“They are doing various ‘baskets’. We had the salad/vegetable one which included, bananas, grapefruit, grapes, berries, salad leaves, cos lettuce, cucumber, tomatoes, peppers, carrots, cauliflower, eggs, butter, cheese, bread and milk. It was delivered to us because of our age and underlying health problems.
They do a collection at their address whereby you drive up to the collection point at a specified time and your order is placed straight into your car boot. You pay by card in advance.”
“We are ‘open behind closed doors’ as we continue to provide whatever service we can. We are trying our best to help customers self-repair their products over the phone and using Facetime.
We are offering a ‘non-contact’ delivery service where products are dropped off at the doorstep. Certain appliances can be installed under specified conditions.
We are obviously prioritising NHS staff and any vulnerable customers.
We are also offering a small help package to NHS staff up to the value of £20.00 for free, which can include light bulbs, batteries and vacuum bags. Also a 50% discount to NHS staff on Kettles, Irons and Toasters.”
“Pabari opticians in Moseley village are currently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and are following Governmental directions at this time.”
However they will remain “virtually” open, so if you want to contact them, you can call them on Tel: 0121 449 0845 and/or by email on email@example.com
They will be able to take your calls and enquires and be able to offer advice if you’re experiencing any eye-related problems.
They will also be able to order contact lenses for patients and replace or repair broken spectacles for key workers and patients alike.
However, they suggest that if you are experiencing a serious visual/eye condition and seek emergency attention, please contact NHS on 111.
“Pabari opticians wishes that all their patients and all those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic remain safe and well, and they’ll see you all again soon.”