Nash Farm Shop has had to suspend its box and home delivery service after the site was engulfed in smoke for several days due to the blaze at the former Cummins unit at Westwood Industrial Estate.
It is the second strike on business for boss Cliff Gates and his team, who in August had to close the onsite shop due to the impact of continual road and building works in the area.
In an announcement today (September 30) the team said: “We regretfully have to inform our customers that we have had to take the decision to suspend our box and home delivery service. Our wholesale deliveries will carry on as normal.
“We have been working in a delicate environment due to our close proximity to the Westwood fire a couple of weekends ago. We have been trying to work through and have been largely fortunate due to the wind …