Shop local and give the gift of custom to local businesses

EUROWEEKLY NEWS is urging its readers to support businesses in our community by going local for your Christmas shopping this year, instead of feeding online giants like Amazon.

This festive period we challenge you to rediscover your local high streets, markets, and all the quirky independent businesses the country boasts.

Due to the pandemic, you may have to support many local businesses by ordering online and making use of any click and collect services they can operate if you are unable to get out due to health reasons or lockdown restrictions.

You could also consider purchasing gift vouchers from local businesses to help them over the coming weeks.

Choosing to spend your money locally will really make a difference to the recovery of the local economy.

Many businesses are joining our Go Local campaign by offering customers special offers and discounts throughout the festive period, more details to follow here soon.

Just remember to follow the latest government advice and any guidance businesses have to keep everyone safe.

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Written by

Charlie Loran

Manchester born mummy with a two year old diva (2020), living on the Costa del Sol for just short of a decade.
Former chef and restaurateur, holistic health fanatic and lover of long words.

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