‘LOYAL’ visitors to Stratford Butterfly Farm have been thanked for their ongoing support.
In response to the second lockdown, the farm has closed its doors for four weeks.
And staff took the opportunity to thank visitors for support, since it re-opened after the first lockdown, in July.
Spokeswoman Jane Kendrick said: “As a small and independent business, the Butterfly Farm would like to thank everyone for their ongoing support since the Farm reopened in July and wish everyone good health. We will get through this pandemic together and look forward to opening once more in happier times.”
In an attempt to lift spirits, the team will regularly post pictures across the farm’s social media pages, as staff continue to care for the butterflies, birds, fish, and other creatures behind closed doors.
They will also take advantage of the lockdown by completing winter maintenance jobs and work on plans to export pupae post Brexit.
For visitors with bookings from November 5 onwards, a team member will be in touch to process amendments.
Visit www.butterflyfarm.co.uk for more information.