Shop local this Christmas

This Christmas we encourage you to SHOP LOCAL and support our local businesses.

This year, more than ever, it’s important to Shop Local and support our local retailers – they’re relying on us to keep them trading. Can you set aside some of your Christmas shopping budget to spend in our local shops, either in store or online? – you could be making a big difference.

Small Business Saturday – 3rd December

Small Business Saturday is back! Shop local this festive period and support the smaller businesses in your area during what is a difficult period. Small Business Saturday is a nationwide campaign that looks to keep micro scale businesses running as they are vital for modern society and culture. Located below is the link to their website.

Small Business Saturday UK | Another year making a Big Difference!

While this event only covers one day of the year, the overall goal is to have a lasting effect on people, trying to get people into the habit of supporting the businesses that may need it most. Some businesses may offer discounts or host events, keep your eyes peeled for events in our area or click the link here.

This year marks the 10th anniversary of Small Business Saturday! The campaign has inspired many over the decade to support the local business of the UK, we urge everyone to celebrate this milestone to shine light on the small businesses that make up our area.

Buy Local Tees Valley‘ have an online guide to businesses across Tees Valley, including Redcar and Cleveland offering fantastic products and services this Christmas. The virtual shop window has some excellent deals for you to click and collect as well as delivery. Visit the site here.

Businesses – please share your Christmas news, offers and images and tag us in:

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