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Ben Wyvis Kilts in Inverness closed 'until it is deemed safe to reopen'


By Gregor White

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A kilt shop in Inverness has announced its temporary closure in the wake of the new coronavirus lockdown.

In a message posted online this morning the owners of Ben Wyvis Kilts, based in Church Street, Inverness, said: "This is an announcement we didn’t want to make but we know it’s absolutely for the best at the moment for all of us to stay safe!

"Following latest government advise we will continue to be closed until it is deemed safe to reopen.

"All orders unfortunately will not be able to be processed any further until our return so please allow a bit of extra time with lead times especially with kilt orders as absolutely nothing will be sewn until we return."

They added: "Unfortunately our phone lines and emails will not be monitored during our closure so please message our Facebook for any queries or information needed.

"All bookings will be contacted when we reopen to arrange reschedules!

"We really hope to see you soon!"

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