A Letter To Our Customers
To all our customers,
We’re sorry to announce that we will be temporarily closing the Farm and our White Bull, Hungry Llama and Lucky Pup restaurants from tomorrow (Wednesday 18 March).
This decision has been made in light of the current coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak and recent UK Government advice, which we have been following closely.
While we have not had any confirmed cases of coronavirus on our site, we do feel that we have a responsibility to make this very difficult decision.
The Farm Shop will remain open and our team of butchers, chefs, bakers and farm shop staff will continue working hard to keep the local community well fed.
Colleagues from across the site have been redeployed into other departments to ensure we are well-equipped to meet the needs of the community in these uncertain times.
Within a matter of days, we hope to launch Cannon Hall Farm’s first ever home delivery service, where we will be offering everything from a range of extended ready-meal options, to meat and bakery items to order online.
Farmer Robert, David, Roger and the rest of our team will continue to care for all our animals while the Farm is temporarily closed.
Over the next few weeks, we will be looking after 450 sheep that are due to give birth and we will keep you updated on this where possible.
We are truly grateful for the all the support that our customers and Farm Fans give to our family business and we know that you will continue to support us all through this difficult period that the country is facing together.
Please follow our website and Facebook page where we will continue our regular updates. Emails will be following to customers very soon and we ask for your patience as our team work through those.
We appreciate your support and hope to be able to welcome you back to the Farm soon.
The family of Cannon Hall Farm.