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Northamptonshire Sport has printed copies of the attached booklet that they would like to distribute to as many older adults and shielding residents across the county as possible, with the aim of helping them to be active and healthy during the pandemic. Please see copy attached
Posted: Tue, 24 Nov 2020 11:30 by Web Team
Businesses in Daventry District which have been required to close temporarily due to the lockdown are encouraged to apply for a Local Restrictions Support Grant.
The Government fund can provide grants of up to £3,000 to help small businesses in the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors manage during the 28-day lockdown period.
The types of business covered includes non-essential retail, leisure, personal care (such as hairdressers and nail salons), entertainment, sports facilities and hospitality. More »
To be eligible to apply, businesses must occupy a property on which they pay business rates, and must have been open and trading on 4 November 2020. They must have been required to close for at least four weeks because of the national lockdown, or have adapted their business to offer takeaway or a 'click and collect' service.
Three levels of grants are available depending on the rateable value of the business:
- For properties with a rateable value of £15,000 or under, grants will be £1,334 for the four weeks
- For properties with a rateable value of more than £15,000 and below £51,000, grants will be £2,000 for the four weeks
- For properties with a rateable value of £51,000 or over, grants will be £3,000 for the four weeks.
Daventry District Council is distributing the grant in the District and is urging eligible businesses to submit a claim as soon as they can.
Councillor Colin Morgan, Resource Portfolio Holder at Daventry District Council said: "Local businesses are the lifeblood our communities and the local economy, and our staff have been working hard since the beginning of the pandemic to ensure they receive the Government funding support that they are entitled to.
"The fund offers vital support at this incredibly challenging time, and I would urge local businesses who think they might qualify to visit our website and apply online as soon as possible."
To find out more information and submit an application online, please visit www.daventrydc.gov.uk/LRSG
Press release number: 2685
For further information please contact:
Ian O'Pray, Media Officer at Daventry District Council, on 01327 302310 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Daventry District Council is a local authority providing essential public services for Daventry District, supporting the daily needs of residents, businesses and visitors. To find out more visitwww.daventrydc.gov.uk » Less
Posted: Mon, 23 Nov 2020 12:14 by Web Team
Pitsford based start-up Local Grocers are helping some of the finest Northamptonshire food providers to deliver their quality produce to families all over the county.
The Local Grocers website www.localgrocers.com provides Northamptonshire families access to their finest local greengrocer, butcher, wine merchant, florist and much more. Shoppers can buy their full
weekly shop from Local Grocers, as they would with an online supermarket, and Local Grocers will deliver it all to the customer on a day of their choosing. More »
The company also has an phone line 01604 961320 for those who are less able to shop online. You can place your order by speaking to a real person, imagine that!
Families can place their orders through the Local Grocers website which has been designed to feel like walking through a farmers market. After you type in your postcode you'll find many exquisite food providers within 20 miles of your address. Our partners include deli counters providing the finest Northamptonshire made cheese, butchers who pride themselves in sourcing the highest welfare meat and wine merchants who import the most exquisite wines at surprisingly good prices.
British families turned towards local food providers over lockdown and many found that they preferred the high quality food they received, as well as the feeling of supporting their local community. Local Grocers makes it easier for you to continue to support your local community while feeding your family delicious food.
David, Local Grocers' founder and a Pitsford resident, said 'I started Local Grocers because I truly believe in the power of shopping local to improve our diets, our community and our environment. The idea came out of a personal need; my partner and I love shopping local but we don't have time to go around 5 different stores to get our weekly shop so I built Local Grocers to solve that problem!'
'One of the amazing things to have come out of Local Grocers is the selection of specialist local products that our partners stock,' says the young founder. 'Many of these products simply aren't available elsewhere online and the quality of the food is exceptional.'
Local Grocers believe in sustainability, so they're proud to announce their partnership with Re, Northamptonshire's first and largest refillable store for all your dried goods and ecological supplies.
You can get your weekly shop today from www.localgrocers.com
or by calling 10604 961320. Simply type in your postcode to find the local stores in your area, add your produce to your basket and select a day for Local Grocers to deliver it all to you.
Eat Local with Local Grocers.
Founder & CEO of Local Grocers Limited
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Posted: Thu, 12 Nov 2020 18:14 by Web Team