News From Widenet

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05/11/2020: National Lockdown Restrictions in Place

Opening Times

From Thursday 5th November 2020 our opening times will be from 10:00 - 13:00 and 14:00 - 17:00 Monday to Friday, although these times may occasionally vary.

 

Entry to Workshop

During lockdown and commencing from the above date, we will be restricting access to our offices and workshop. Only delivery and collection services at the door, with social distancing being observed can take place - please knock and wait if we are expecting you. This will normally be managed on a timed appointment basis and you are requested to contact us by phone before attending - 01794 521100.

 

Onsite Visits / Remote Access Support

Onsite visits may be possible in certain circumstances and will be reviewed on a case by case basis, with a short telephone risk assessment being carried out. If an onsite visit is not appropriate, then it may be possible for us to provide remote access support on an appointment basis in certain circumstances.

 

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding during these challenging times as we seek to ensure the continuing safety of our customers and our colleagues.

06/01/2020: Widenet Sign Removed from Front of Crown House.

We are still here but unfortunately owing to a complaint made by persons unknown to Test Valley Borough Council, we (along with others) have had to take down our sign from the front of the building.

 

Whilst the complaint was not about us, it transpires that planning consent for signage has never been applied for by the owners and despite there having been various businesses operating from these premises (without any issues being raised) for years, everyone is technically in breach of the regulations!

 

Despite pleas from all of us, for an interim agreement to be reached whilst the matter is resolved, Test Valley have taken a hard line approach and it maybe some time before the wheels of progress have turned enough, for more 'appropriate signs' to be put in place.