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Setting the standard in social distancing

Cumbria-based print and display business H&H Reeds has launched a new social distancing signage support service to help local businesses reopening after the coronavirus (Covid-19) lockdown.

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H&H Reeds offers warning signs, pull-up banners and an acrylic freestanding protection screen as part of its social distancing signage solutions

The Social-distancing Signage Support Bundle includes warning signs, pull-up banners and an acrylic freestanding protection screen for distribution across Cumbria.

H&H Reeds had initially planned to close down during lockdown, but instead kept running due to enquiries for its print and signage services from the local council, police and NHS.

The business has been operating on a skeleton staff, with administrative staff supporting from home, while some staff furloughed early on have now been brought back to work.

Anthony Donnelly, commercial manager at H&H Reeds, comments: “We are thrilled that we can do our bit to help out at this difficult time, and will continue to do so under government rules.

“Like other businesses, we want to get back to our usual service as soon as possible and this launch is a very much a step in the right direction.”

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