The owner of a Highbridge craft supplies shop has thanked residents for their support as it marks its fifth year of business in the town centre, having just re-opened over the past week.

Kerry’s Card Kreations in Highbridge’s Market Street re-opened on Saturday 1st August following the Coronavirus lockdown.

Owner Kerry Mason told “It’s now our 5th year in the shop here and we are delighted to be back open.”

“It’s been wonderful to see many of our customers again this week. I have received so much lovely feedback since re-opening.”

“We have extended our range of craft supplies and crafts for sale, and also changed things around in the shop to give it a fresh look.”

“There have been a several new safety measures introduced in the shop too with a screen in place around the till, a hand sanitizing station inside the door, and customers are required to wear face masks and be socially diastanced.”

One of the shop’s current best sellers are 100% cotton face masks which are being sold at £4 each.

Kerry adds: “My usual craft-making classes cannot be held, but we are holding virtual classes online instead with tutorials and kits.”

”25 people a week have been taking part and these have been helping people keep busy during a challenging time over the lockdown. Some are vulnerable people who have been shielding so the activity has been a massive help to them.”

The shop is currrently open on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 11am-3pm.

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