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Following the Government's announcement on Monday 23rd March 2020, our priority is ensuring that all our team are kept safe and well. Therefore if you call us, we cannot guarantee that phones will be answered from the main office.
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Please also note that Tattershall College and Temple Bruer Knights Templar Preceptory Tower are closed to the public as their smaller internal size is not compatible with social distancing.
Our other outdoor sites are still open, however please follow government advice with regards to travel.
Thank you for your patience in this matter.
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