Coronavirus - King Loui's

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Hello folks,

We hope you're all coping well, and everyone's healthy.

Following the updated Government restrictions broadcast on Monday, 23rd March, we regret to inform you that King Loui will be temporarily closing until the country has made significant progress in its battle against COVID-19.

In our 40-year history as a family run business this is a first.

These unprecedented times have also disrupted our supply chain. With great effort we could overcome these supply disruptions but the safety risk to the community must take priority.

We take great pride in serving you and we're very lucky to have such wonderful customers.

From our King Loui family to yours, we wish you a safe time over the coming weeks.

Hopefully we'll see you all soon.

Nature has humbled us all.


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