Peacocks 'adhering to social distancing as they queue to get into Trago'

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Peacocks 'adhering to social distancing as they queue to get into Trago'

Published at 10:12am 18th May 2020. (Updated at 10:16am 18th May 2020)

Trago's Facebook fans have been loving a picture of its famous peacocks posted to social media over the weekend. 

The company shared an image of half a dozen peacocks on fencing at one of it's stores.

It added the caption: "The peacocks are queuing to get into Trago ... not bad social distancing but we'd ask our human guests to do a bit better. 😁"

The post has had over 1,600 likes with one user commenting: "Love your humour 💕💕🌈👏👏👏"

Trago replied: "Love you too" as it responded to almost all the comments from shoppers largely taking time to praise the in-store handling of the reopening and new safety measures.

Allison posted: "Thank you to all at Trago Mills for risking yourselves to help and please the customers. Being a Falmouth girl but now moved to Liskeard, I have always found the staff in both stores polite, happy and extremely helpful to us. Well done to all for your hard work before and now with this tearable virus.. Take care and be safe to you all."

Tasha added: "We visited today to purchase a garden shed and was really pleased with the way your staff were everyone was happy very helpful and glad to be back at work the social distancing was very easy to follow and our trip was trouble free well done trago 😁⭐"

For more information see Trago's website

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