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Indie Bookshop Turnaround using the Power of Twitter

17 Jan 2020

The Petersfield Bookshop is an independent bookshop based in Petersfield, Hampsire, that experienced an unlikely turnaround in just one night using the power of the internet.
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'Biggest Cash Increase Ever' to affect National Living Wage from April

15 Jan 2020

At £8.72 per hour, the National Living Wage will rise by 51p in April from its current rate of £8.21
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2019 Best Small Shops competition winner in the running for Shop of the Year 2020

14 Jan 2020

Papadeli, recognised by Indie Retail as the Best Small Shop of 2019, hasnow gone on to reach the final of Shop of the Year 2020, run by the Guild of Fine Food, in the Delicatessen & Grocer... Read more…

New Christmas film highlights the importance of shopping indie

19 Dec 2019

A new Christmas film produced by Lanther Black has encompassed all that is important about shopping independent this Christmas
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How The Arienas Collective are adapting to a changing market

18 Dec 2019

The Arienas Collective is looked at as an example of digital transformation of SMEs and how this may be affecting the future of commerce.
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Retail Week Live open for registration

17 Dec 2019

Retail Week Live is an inspirational two-day retail conference that provides leaders with the ideas, insight and networks to lead through digital transformation and win greater consumer... Read more…

New app helps convenience stores compete with supermarket giants

16 Dec 2019

Snappy Shopper has recently been introduced to the market as a new app that enables local independent shops to increase their sales through offering delivery.
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Hafod Hardware encourages people to shop local

5 Dec 2019

A christmas advert made by an independent hardware shop has become exceedingly popular across the UK within a matter of days
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How will each UK Political Party affect local shops?

3 Dec 2019

Ahead of the 2019 General Election ACS have summarised how each of the main Political Party's manifesto will affect local shops
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ACS calls on Convenience Stores to respond to 2020 Crime Survey

25 Nov 2019

IRC member ACS is calling on convenience store retailers to share their experiences of retail crime over the last 12 months in their 2020 Crime Survey.
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HSBC free cycling festival in Edinburgh

Posted on in Cycles News

HSBC UK Let's ride Edinburgh is back for 2019! This weekend on Sunday the 22nd September from 11am-3pm the roads in Edinburgh will close to traffic and a free cycling festival will take place for everyone!

The cycle festival will take place at The Meadows and is set to include a range of fun activities and challenges designed to be suitable for the whole family to enjoy, including music, local street food, live stunt shows and a few other surprises!

The entire route length of the festival is 4.5km, although visitors are encouraged to take on as much or as little of that distance as they want. As there are no cars the festival is a completely safe cycling environment suitable for all ages!

The festival is completely free and everyone is invited! Click here to register on the Let's ride website and you will also receive:

  • Details of the route as soon as it's released
  • A handy email reminder with all the latest event info
  • A free Let's Ride bib - yours to keep 

View the HSBC UK Let's ride Edinburgh 2019 route below:

 

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