We asked managers of shops, businesses and service providers in Knaphill and nearby villages ‘What’s next?’ in terms of their plans to go back to work and keep their staff and customers safe, as the Covid-19 lock-down measures are lifted or changed.

Details from those who have posted, can be found here.

The Knaphillian would like to extend grateful thanks on behalf of ALL the residents of Knaphill and nearby villages, for the shops, businesses, schools and other services that have remained open during this crisis. We are humbled by the courage and kindness of staff that have been maintaining essential services.

As well as the incredible work that everyone working for the NHS and in private care facilities locally and nationally have been doing, which is appreciated so much by all of us, we strongly feel these people have also been our local heroes during this time.

Focus on Locals (FOCALS)

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