Here are more of those who have emailed us so far:
A.Wrightsons ironmongers, VictoriaRoad: We are open for all your key cutting and general hardware, our hours are 10am to 4pm Monday to Saturday, telephone:01723 372 978.
Craft Bar, Northway: Although we are closed, we are offering free local deliveries of craft beers and ciders and also Nationwide postal orders. We have a website anyone can place orders on www.thecraftbar.co.uk
Lazenby’s on York Place: We are running takeaways “Lazenby’s @ home” with signature dishes Thursday to Saturday from 5 to 8pm & Sunday from 11:30 till 1:30. We have two different menus; the evening one changes regularly and the Sunday it is brunch or lunch options.
We sell vouchers directly at the restaurant (same opening hours as delivery). we can also mail them for anyone willing not to go out.
We do delivery and pick up. Booking your time slot is recommended by calling us 01723373836.
We work in a bubble, wear masks, take payment over the phone, pick ups & deliveries are social distancing.
All our meals are ready to eat no cooking required: we cook for you!
For the future: We will reopen when allowed by government and Takeaways will continue. we have planned to open Christmas day, New Year’s Eve & day too. Leave us a message if you wish to book in advance.
Halders Butchers,Wayside Farm, Whitby Road,Cloughton: We can deliver to the Scarborough and Whitby area or pre-arranged collection from the safely distanced table. Frozen ready-to bake pies and good selection of meat and frozen vegetables and free range eggs available. Please ring for details,on 01723870519.
Bloom Coffee Shop & Bakery, Falsgrave Road: We are now offering an online click-and-collect service and free local delivery on our bakes, as well as introducing gift vouchers. We will also be taking Christmas Pre-orders. See www.bloomcoffeebakery.co.uk. Instagram: @bloomcoffeebakery
A letter backing our campaign has been received from Kevin & Jeanie Carson of Cafe Niche on Aberdeen Walk. Kevin wrote:
My wife and I are really pleased that there has been further discussion regarding the support of small local independent businesses in the town. After working for the NHS for many years my wife and I wanted to set our own cafe business in the town, it was on our ‘bucket list’ for semi-retirement and we both enjoy cooking good home cooked dishes.
So we started on this venture and opened Cafe Niche Aberdeen Walk. We have run our cafe for the past four years and have been building an increasing local following, along with many visitors visiting the cafe while on holiday.
During the year, along with other independent businesses we have suffered due to the pandemic on many levels, not just financially.
The sadness is that this is normally a busy time for us during the run-up to Christmas with lots of interesting home cooked dishes on our ‘Winter Warmer’ menu, along with the selling of homemade Christmas cakes, puddings ,pies and our Cafe Christmas raffle, raising funds for our chosen charities.
This time of the year is exciting for us and others who visit the cafe. Due to the second lockdown this has had to be put on hold until the lockdown is hopefully lifted at the beginning of December.
We also feel strongly that we have to work together to create a High Street that is visited and run by locals and equally supported by locals and outsiders.
There is nothing more appealing and exciting seeing lots of small, independent businesses not on the high street, all offering different products.
We welcome The Scarborough News’ #SupportScarborough campaign and join in with promoting our small independent businesses along with others in Scarborough.
If you would like us to feature your business in #SupportScarborough simply email [email protected]