North Clwyd Animal Rescue – Update June 2020
Following the official announcement from the Welsh government on Friday 19th June
North Clwyd Animal Rescue will remain CLOSED until Tuesday 7th July 2020.
We plan to reopen on an Appointment Only basis from 7th July to ensure we keep our staff, volunteers and customers safe.
Volunteers will be welcomed back from this date too but we will have to work on a rota basis and prior arrangement to ensure we limit the amount of people onsite at any one time.
From this date and in the future, we will be Closed to the public on a Monday, so there will be no appointments and the café will be closed. This will give our staff extra time to spend with our rescue animals and carry out in-depth cleaning of our facilities.
On 1st July our website will be fully up to date with all the animals that are available for adoption. From the 1st July we will be booking appointments in preparation for our opening date on the 7th July.
During the next few weeks we will ensure that all safety measures are put into place to keep everyone safe for when we reopen.
We must respect the 5 mile travelling advice and ask that you continue to stay patient and we look forward to welcoming you back in July.
Our CHARITY SHOPS and onsite CAFE will remain CLOSED for the time being to allow us the time to adapt and install safety measures for our staff, volunteers and our customers. This includes charity shop donations as we are not able to accept them currently due to storage. Once we reopen we will have a new procedure in place and will be grateful for your good quality donations, so if you are able to keep hold of your good quality items for a couple more weeks we would be grateful.
We will continue to update you on all the areas in the next few weeks as and when any new announcements are made by the government, so please keep an eye on our website and social media for further updates.
We would like to thank you all for the generous donations that you have sent to our animals and staff and your continued support, we couldn’t carry on without you and the past few months have been extremely challenging for us all.
We hope that some sort of normality will resume soon and we look forward to welcoming you back from the 7th July.
Take care and thank you once again.