A new video focusing on Stafford Borough’s high streets has been released online to help boost the local economy.
Businesses across Stafford, Stone and Eccleshall showcased innovative measures to ensure the safety of staff and customers, while shoppers shared how they were able to #ShopSafelyinStaffs.
The project is part of a drive by Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Growth Hub, working in partnership with Stafford Borough Council, to support residents returning to their high streets as the Government lockdown eases.
The film is one of five featuring retailers and shoppers from 11 towns including Stafford, Stone, Eccleshall, Lichfield, Burntwood, Kidsgrove, Newcastle, Leek, Cheadle, Biddulph and Tamworth.
The Stafford Borough video can be seen at: https://youtu.be/U6kTevCOklw
Nicola Kent, Growth Hub Manager, said: “We are now in a transition period as lockdown restrictions ease.
“Businesses across Stafford, Stone and Eccleshall have taken steps to ensure their staff and customers are safe and welcoming shoppers back, with a range of protective measures and protocols in place, as well as new business models, such as click/call and collect.
“To boost confidence and support the local economy, we are now encouraging those businesses which have taken such steps to highlight what they have to offer and demonstrate how we can all #ShopSafelyInStaffs.”
The Growth Hub acts as a focal point for businesses in the Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Local Enterprise Partnership area, driving strong, sustainable business growth and offering co-ordinated programmes, networks and groups alongside signposting to specialist information, advice and services.
The Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Growth Hub offers a wealth of support and resources for businesses online at https://stokestaffsgrowthhub.co.uk/ as well as offering a newsletter and business helpline: 0300 111 8002.
Press Release No 5661