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Call: 01229 837761

71-73 Scott Street, Barrow-in-Furness

Remember, Bee Kind
Don't worry, Bee happy!
Let it Bee
Bee Kind to Yourself
Happy to Bee

71-73 Scott Street, Barrow-in-Furness

Covid 19 Lockdown Update 2021

Due to the government placing the whole of the UK into lockdown, we have unfortunately had to close our shop doors to visitors.

However, we are still offering items for sale via the website and our social media pages, which can be posted at a reasonable rate or you can click and collect for free!

Our hours have reduced in an effort to keep everyone safe and therefore, a staff member will be at Bumblebee between 11am and 1pm, Tuesday to Saturday, to allow customers to collect their ordered items.

The rules…

  • Only ordered and paid for items will be available for collection.

  • Your ordered items will be available the day after you have place and paid for your items, Tuesday to Saturday.

  • Before arriving, if you can, please call us on 01229 837761, to let us know you are collecting and what time.

  • On arrival at Bumblebee, please knock on the door and then step back to ensure social distancing.

  • We will answer, wearing face masks and after appropriately sanitising our hands, to take your name.

  • We will then place your order on the table and step back, allowing you to pick up the items and take them home.

We are very grateful for all your support during these uncertain times, and we wish to keep all our staff and customers as safe as possible.

Where possible, please try to organise your collection whilst you are already in town doing your essential shopping, to limit the journeys you are making and reducing your time away from home.

We support our fellow businesses in Barrow town centre, and hope where you can, you choose to shop local.

Keep safe, and we look forward to opening our doors again in the near future. Until then, please keep in touch via our Facebook and Instagram pages.

See you soon, The Bees xx

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