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Some thoughts at year-end

As we come to the end of a year that none of us could have imagined on 1 January, it’s time to stop for a moment and give some thought to what we and our clients have been through in 2020. Covid-19 has brought with it human suffering on a scale that no one could have been prepared for, and has put our business under strain in many ways. From a management point of view, we’re working hard to steer the business through this social crisis and, as you know, we’ve appointed a Chief Executive Officer and a Sales and Marketing.

But what We’d really like to do here is to thank each and every one of you for going the extra mile this year. Not only has your workload been much heavier than usual, but you’ve had to work under very difficult circumstances. Lockdown restrictions have meant that grieving families and friends haven’t been able to bid farewell to their loved ones in ways that are traditional and familiar. This has caused confusion, frustration and heartbreak, which has been hard on everyone. With all of these issues to deal with, We are very proud of the way you’ve adapted in order to provide our clients with meaningful alternatives to usual mourning and burial practices. At Vuyo’s, we don’t just provide a service, we offer caring support to people in their time of grief. On both counts, you’ve all gone that important extra mile. We will, of course, need to continue to provide our services throughout the festive season. But as we face the ongoing challenge that Covid-19 has brought to our door, We would like to wish all of you the peace and joy of the season – and the strength to carry on doing what you’ve done so well this year.

Our Best Wishes,