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Murton will remain closed until further notice.

Unfortunately a member of our tearoom team has received a positive Covid-19 test result. We now need some time to deep clean our facilities and to allow NHS Scotland Test and Protect to get in touch with those deemed as close contacts.

If you visited our tearoom from Tuesday 13th July to Friday 16th July you may have been exposed and you may be contacted by Test and Protect in the days ahead. For those that have visited Murton you know that we operate within strict Covid-19 measures and work hard to ensure that all our visitors and safe when on site.

We thank you for your support so far this summer and apologise for any disappointment our closure may cause. With such as busy site, we must act quickly and responsibly and play our part in ensuring Covid-19 cases stay low. We will extend our Summer events programme into the weekends when school return to allow you to take part in any missed activities. If you were scheduled to be with us for an event, private hire or booking in the week ahead we will be in touch with you.

We look forward to welcoming you back in the very near future and we will let you all know our re-opening date as soon as possible.

If you were going to be visiting Murton in the coming days and are now looking for somewhere else to try, why not check out Visit Angus for inspiration. Visit Angus have a great new app to guide you round our wonderful area or follow the Insider’s Guide to Angus. All information can be found on the Visit Angus website. We hope you enjoy your week ahead in glorious sunny Angus, even if you can’t be with us at Murton

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