How to contact us
We are always very happy to hear from our customers and visitors so please use the appropriate form below to send us a message and we will reply as soon as we can. Do please use the search boxes for information and products before contacting us as we do find that the answers to a lot of questions we receive are already on our website and that will be a lot quicker for you.
Please do not add customer service enquiries as COMMENTS to this page as we may not see them straight away – complete the form below and that goes direct to our Customer Services.
There are separate forms below for messages for:
- Customer services (orders, payments, deliveries – no commercial messages)
- Web site content and information (visitor content only – no commercial messages)
- Supplier and other business and commercial messages
You can use this form to send a message to customer services:
(Please note that this form is NOT for any sort of business contact – see below)
If you cannot see the verification graphic image above, you can email us on
enquiries (at) anythinglefthanded (dot) co.uk
(Orders, payments, delivery enquiries)
1st Floor, Sterling Centre
9 Eastern Road
Please note that we work in a commercial warehouse and we do not have a facility suitable for customer visits.
Tel:01737 888269 (10.00 to 2.00 weekdays UK time only – see below)
Note on phone service: We are an internet-based business and have customers worldwide so the best way to contact us is via the forms below or email. To ensure all orders are picked & packed promptly, we usually only staff the phones between 10 am & 2 pm (UK time) – please feel free to leave a message on our voicemail outside of these times and we will respond as soon as possible or, for a faster response, please use the form below to send us an e-mail.
If you have a product that you think we should include on our web site or want to contact us on any other relevant business issues, please click here for our commercial contacts form
Do not use the form above for commercial messages as they do not go to appropriate staff and will just be ignored.