We’re delighted to be able to once again welcome customers, old and new, to Tenovus Cancer Care’s shop on Market Place, Romsey, following the easing of lockdown restrictions.

We would like to reassure customers our retail team have been working extremely hard to put new safety measures in place prior to the shop reopening to ensure staff and customers are able to follow social distancing guidelines.

This includes having hand sanitiser available at the entrance to the shop, ‘sneeze screens’ at the tills and a limit to the number of people in the shop at any one time.

Unfortunately these measures have come at a considerable cost to the charity and we would be interested in speaking to any businesses or individuals in the local community who may be able to provide financial assistance.

We have a number of sponsorship opportunities available, including branding the ‘sneeze screens’ with the logo and information of local businesses who contribute.

Like many charities, Tenovus Cancer Care’s income has been severely affected by the on-going coronavirus crisis. Our shops doors have been closed, but our cancer support services have continued in your community.

We are incredibly grateful to everyone who has supported us during this difficult time so we can continue to provide vital services to cancer patients across the country.

Janet Cooper

Tenovus Cancer Care Romsey