From tomorrow (24 July) it becomes compulsory to wear masks in shops (it already was in Scotland). And it is already compulsory to wear them on public transport. The World Health Organisation also recommends wearing non-medical face coverings in workplaces where it is difficult to maintain social distancing.
But which mask?
What could be more appropriate than one of stone and terrazzo company Diespeker's? They carry a design of the London company's TE007 terrazzo on them, which is one of Diespeker's most successful terrazzos.
The first 100 masks ordered will be free. Just pop an email with your request for your mask (one only, please) and your address to: [email protected].
Diespeker also ordered a batch of branded masks for its supported charity, Stem4. If you’d like to make donation to Stem4 in return for your mask, that would be greatly appreciated. You can make a donation here.
Diespeker MD John Krause says: "If you have to wear a mask for travelling, shopping or working, why not do it terrazzo-style. Keep safe out there!"
Below. John Krause wears his Diespeker TE007 mask.