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Businesses in Shrewsbury are “taking each day as it comes” and staying positive, with footfall steadily increasing in the town centre during the coronavirus recovery.
Shrewsbury town centre has seen a 67 per cent rise in footfall since non-essential retailers reopened on Monday 15 June.
Traders in Shrewsbury are being given the chance to have their own doorstep photographs taken to celebrate reopening following the coronavirus lockdown.
Shrewsbury is open again and shoppers are being welcomed into the town centre with a variety of offers - including free parking in some car parks.
Traders in the centre of Shrewsbury have been provided with free “starter packs” to help them reopen and keep their customers safe.
Shrewsbury town centre will be a welcoming and colourful place, whilst helping people and businesses to stay safe during the next phase of coronavirus restrictions.
Plans are well underway to help people stay safe as they come back into Shrewsbury town centre as coronavirus restrictions are gradually eased.
Plans are being drawn up to ensure that Shropshire’s market towns are ready and able to welcome shoppers and visitors as businesses start to re-open.
Shrewsbury’s first-ever online marketplace has opened its “virtual doors”, with town centre businesses offering a variety of gift vouchers and experiences for sale.
Businesses in Shrewsbury have been turning to a range of online resources to support each other during the coronavirus crisis.
Extra security patrols are being introduced in Shrewsbury town centre to reassure business owners that their premises remain safe during the coronavirus lockdown.
Shrewsbury businesses are being invited to a free webinar where they can ask questions and discuss the support on offer during the coronavirus lockdown.