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Log Sales Recommence At Dunnet Forest

2nd June 2020

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From Dunnet Forestry Trust.

Exciting news - Log sales are back from this weekend 6th June 2020.

We have sought and received the approval of the Emergency Planning Committee of the Highland Council before going ahead.

And just to reassure everyone - they have also approved our measures to ensure the safety of all, volunteers, staff and customers.

There will be a queuing system in place so we can load one car or trailer at a time. Customers will be asked to stay in their vehicles at all times while they are loaded. And payment will be collected in a box, or if preferred customers can pay via Paypal using our email address.

We will be asking customers for contact details to be used in the unfortunate event of someone falling ill after the sale, so we can let them know.

We have a hand washing station for volunteers to use and no communal coffee break - strictly bring your own.

And of course we are still happy to deliver bags of splits to any household still shielding, or not comfortable coming to the sale.

We have had volunteers doing some essential work in the Forest, but if any want to return we would like you to get in touch first so we make sure you have all the safety advice you need before you rejoin us.

 

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