Niton Village - Shop Opening Hours
Monday-Saturdays 07:30 to 21:00
Sundays 09:00 to 21:00
Pharmacy 01983 730240
Monday to Friday – 09:00 to 13:00 and 14:00 to 16:00
Saturdays 09:00 to 12:00
Monday to Saturday 09:00 to 12:00
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Norris Family Grocers
Norris' are continuing to deliver to anyone who is unable to go into the shop. You can email your order to Norris'. Please include your telephone number and Norris' will phone you for payment.
You can find all details about their delivery service by clicking this link:
Please be aware of:
limit on 5 people in the shop at a time
queuing system outside - 2 meters apart, one-out-one-in
stand behind line in front of the till to protect staff
observe signs on food limits displayed in the shop
Are you in the clinically extremely vulnerable category?
If you are in this group you will have received a letter from the NHS or from your GP telling you this.
There is no formal shielding this time but you are advised to stay at home and only go out for exercise of medical appointments.
You can meet one other person from outside your household or support bubble outside, keeping social distance.
More details are here gov.uk
If you are experiencing symptoms of coronavirus - such as a high temperature or a persistent dry cough or if you have lost your sense of taste or smell - you should be self-isolating.
You should be tested to verify whether you have the virus. If you have the NHS Covid app on you smartphone you can request a test via the app. If you do not have a smart phone you can get a test at the test centre at Newclose Newport (County Cricket Club). Phone 119 for an appointment or visit the website, click here.
If you test positive you must self isolate for 10 days from when your symptoms started or 7 days from when you had the test if you had no symptoms.
Anyone you live with and anyone in your support bubble must self isolate for 14 days from when you start self isolating.
Stay at home unless for education or for work which you cannot do at home or to get essential shopping, for medical reasons or to provide care for others.
Do not mix socially with others not in your household or social bubble indoors or outdoors.
you can meet one other person not in your household or bubble outdoors in a public place (children under 5 and disabled people needing 24 hour care are not counted for this).
children can move between homes of their parents if separated.
keep two metres apart from people not in your household or support bubble at all times
support groups of up to 15 people are allowed in certain circumstances, eg addiction recovery groups
wear a face covering in shops etc.