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A message from Simple System

13 March 2020

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is creating uncertainty for many of us in our daily lives. We'd like to reassure you that here at Simple System we are running as normal and have taken a number of precautionary steps to protect our staff, our customers and our horses. These measures include: • Issuing a clear policy to all our staff that follows the latest guidelines given by HM Government. • Issuing our drivers with sanitary hand gels and wipes. • Asking our drivers to use hand gel to cleanse their hands between each delivery. Our Feed Line continues to operate and our nutritionists can be contacted for feeding advice on 01728 604 008 or info@simplesystem.co.uk during normal office hours. Our Simple System van delivery service continues as normal and our drivers are able to leave your feed in a safe place, removing the need for direct contact. Simply write your instructions in the "delivery instructions" box when placing an order on our website, or let us know where you would like your feed left if you place your order by phone. We will continue to send feed orders out via courier and DPD have also taken precautionary steps, which includes issuing sanitary hand gels and wipes to all their drivers. You can also request that DPD parcels are left in a safe place. We continue to supply local stockists with our feeds. Please check our website here to search for your nearest stockist. We will keep you updated as the situation develops. Throughout this time, we will do everything we can to support our staff and our customers to ensure that horses continue to receive the very best feed.

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