Helping small businesses reopen and get back to work

Here at Ministry of Furniture, we have adjusted and repurposed our business in order to manage our way through the COVID-19 crisis – and also be part of the solution.  

We have developed new products and skills and invested in equipment to develop a new range of furniture and signage products to protect people in the workplace, in shops and in schools and education facilities.  

So, it is satisfying to see the fruits of our labour making a real difference to real people. We have helped many small businesses reopen as lockdown restrictions ease, supporting livelihoods and getting the economy moving again.  

Some of the cafés and restaurants we are delighted to have helped include GG’s at the Estuary in Penclawdd, The Secret Beach Bar & Kitchen on Swansea Bay, and the Lanelay Hall Hotel & Spa, Hensol.  

Meanwhile, we have also helped several other local businesses including the Corner Barbers in Glynneath, Taffy’s Barbers in Neath, Resolven Rugby Club and Glynneath Training Centre.  

We have helped all these businesses reopen safely through the implementation of signage and also our Protekt Series, a variety of protective screening designed with safety, hygiene and ease of quick reconfiguration to adapt for these new situations.  

Our acrylic and polycarbonate freestanding, protective screens come in a range of sizes, are made from a variety of materials and come in an array of designs – all made in our factory in the Swansea Valley. We have developed freestanding screens, topper screens, and semi-permanent screens with a range of clear, translucent and graphic printed finishes.    

We have a range of different graphics that customers can choose from and there is also the exciting option of working directly with our design team at Ministry Graphics to come up with something bespoke, unique and suitable to the environment and people that will use it.  

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