We're as disappointed as everyone else to be in a second lockdown, but we're also incredibly happy to see so many local businesses coming out to support each other.
St Neots is an incredibly supportive town. Mick Cox from Cox's At The Lighthouse came forward with free meals for school children who need it, and is a constant support for all St Neots businesses. Shelly & Tony from Shelly Bakes Vegan Cakes have been giving away free cakes to local shops who have working their bums off over the pandemic. And they're not the only ones - we've seen plenty of small local businesses offering to help any way they can.
We may not provide food or cakes, but we still provide a service which we are happy to offer for free to any struggling businesses or individuals. Simply drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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If you have a website, social media, or any other digital platform that you need advice on, feel free to drop us an email. We'll help any way we can!
Lots of businesses who were previously reluctant to enter the website world have moved online during the pandemic as a way to continue offering their services. We've helped a number of people decide if this is right for them, and then gone on to help set it up - including the wonderful Shelly Bakes. A few clients who struggle for time have decided lockdown is the perfect time to get set up, such as Charlotte's Web on the high street. Naomi from Holistic Hands needed to make more of a prominent feature of her rotating packages in order to attract new clients for when she can open, so we made some major design tweaks to her website Holistic Hands.
We mean it, we're here for free advice on any topic you think we can help with. Let's keep St Neots businesses moving during lockdown! 💙
Kat & Shaun x
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