March 25, 2020 | News | By Lindsey Hart
09/04/2020 EASTER WEEKEND
Norman Piette will be closed over the Easter weekend but orders can still go through to firstname.lastname@example.org and will be picked up by a member of the team from Tuesday.
Deliveries will continue on both Good Friday and Saturday to get as many orders out to customers as possible. Emergency products are still able to be supplied by both collection or delivery.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our customers for their patience and understanding at this difficult time.
We would also like to thank our fantastic team of staff who have been working extremely hard in tough circumstances, both remotely and on site. You guys are great!
Following the revised guidance from the States of Guernsey, Norman Piette will commence a delivery service from the 8th April.
This will be carried out following strict regulations and health and safety protocol. Only items that are able to be delivered within the guidelines will be available.
Orders will be delivered to private homes only and not to any trade sites. All previously placed deliveries will be prioritised.
If you do place an order please bear with us as we are operating the service with a skeleton crew, which will result in longer delivery times than normal.
To place an order, please email email@example.com with your requirements including your contact telephone number and a member of our team will ring you back when available.
Thank you for your patience at this time and stay safe.
Norman Piette is closed but still able to supply emergency materials only by either collection or delivery.
Please contact a manager listed below for assistance within each of the following departments:
Project Hire – Jan Looijenga
Explanation as to why products are needed will be requested for, to comply with the SoG requirements.
Following yesterday’s island-wide lockdown announcement and consultation with the States of Guernsey, Norman Piette Ltd. regret to announce that we have no option but to close our business immediately. We will advise you further as and when the situation changes.
We sincerely hope you will understand this action and we apologise for the inconvenience it will inevitably cause.
Discussions will be taking place on how to deal with orders for emergencies or critical infrastructure projects, please check our Facebook page for the latest information.
In the meantime, stay safe, stay home and let’s keep #GuernseyTogether