COVID-19 & what this means to our customers

Mango Business

The Business has closed temporarily in line with recommendations regarding the Coronavirus. It is our responsibility to ensure that we self isolate in order to protect our clients, our team, our community and each other. We too believe that it is no longer socially acceptable to be working in close proximity to each other and to be seen working within the community during this time. 

Following the PM’s address to the Nation the Government will force closures of all non essential businesses by the end of business on Monday 23 March 2020 and therefore all business and work with Mango will cease immediately. 

So, what does that mean for Mango as a business and for you as a client?

For us as a Business

The UK Government has emergency measures in place to support all small businesses through National funding and via our local Authorities. We have our own measures in place and we are most fortunate to have the opportunity to apply and access funds, loans and grants in order to support our company and our workforce during this time. 

Mango is an established company with strong foundations built steadily over the last 11 years and we are most proud to have grown a loyal, dedicated and experienced team of full time permanent employees who will be well looked after and retained during this time.

Our systems and procedures are set to streamline the business with lots of exciting plans and developments for the next ten years. 

For you as a Client

We want to keep you and nature connected, however in the short term this means a temporary period of disruption.

Our aim is to help create relaxing spaces so that living through any future lockdowns will be a total joy. 

On a positive note too, we have plenty of time to contemplate our new gardens and our lifestyles going forward with 3D visualisations.

Current, Forthcoming & Future Projects

Unfortunately for some of you this means that we have literally had to down tools and stop what we are doing overnight, along with all other relevant trades within our industry such as waste disposal services, builders merchants and suppliers for example. 

Whilst there should not be any tools and equipment on site, there may be some materials so please be careful. You must contact us if you have any questions or concerns.

As soon as we are operational again we will contact you and continue work on your project with a view to completing your garden as soon as we possibly can. 

New projects waiting to be started will be contacted once business resumes however we will not start until our existing jobs are fully completed. We will let you know as soon as we can. 

All future jobs with estimated start dates further than three months away, will have revised start dates due to the knock on effect of the delays. We will keep you updated with developments over time. 

Social Distancing & Staying at Home

The rules are very clear. 

We must stay at home at all times and only leave to replenish essential items. 

The situation will be reviewed in three weeks time (mid April 2020), until then please stay at home as much as you can and stay safe and well.

A new day, a new dawn & a new way of a living….

The buzz word for 2020 is ‘Wellbeing’ and this is more poignant than ever at the moment, especially since the way that we interact with each other in the future may well change following this new pandemic. 

Our lifestyles are evolving into a new way of living as we learn to live with new types of threats such as viruses. 

So for now, good luck to everyone and we are looking forward to seeing you all again very soon.

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