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Help support Newtown small businesses

 
Created on 01/12/2017 @ 19:17
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Residents in Newtown are being urged to get out and support local retailers on Saturday as part of Small Business Saturday.

Politicians in the area are urging shoppers to spend in the town to help support the local community and retail trade as part of the day.

Montgomeryshire AM, Russell George said: “Small Business Saturday is a wonderful opportunity to champion the key role played by Powys’ small businesses, and that’s why I am calling on everyone to take the #10poundpledge and promise to spend at least £10 with a local business on 2nd December.
 
“Small Business Saturday is a time to celebrate what our small businesses have to offer but it’s also a time to reflect on the difficult climate facing many small firms in Mid Wales.
 
“The Welsh Government has an opportunity to put things right, through a Small Business Charter which contains a number of practical measures to boost SMEs and improve footfall on our high streets.
 
“The impact of the business rate revaluations in particular has been devastating for many small firms, and it’s clear that many could go bust without additional support.
 
“Easier access to finance could also dramatically improve the prospects for many small businesses; helping them stay afloat, invest in new facilities and equipment, and to expand and create new jobs.
 
"I will be visiting small businesses around Montgomeryshire on Saturday to do some early Christmas shopping and I hope that everyone in Powys will support our independent small firms by shopping locally this weekend.”

Eluned Morgan, AM for Mid and West Wales, will be in Newtown on Saturday to support local retailers.

She will be on a stall at Newtown Market Hall at 9am.

 

 

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