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Reopening High Streets Safely Fund

Settle and District Chamber of Trade, Settle Town Council and Craven District Council got some funding from The Reopening High Streets Safely Fund via the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)
It financed some “social distancing planters” in Settle, and some signage
Just an update and a final request to let us know (via email to if you need any more assistance for when the shops, cafes, restaurants etc are allowed to open from 12 April.
Matt Cornish and Jane Ellison-Bates from Manifest Marketing are planning a number of articles to start promoting that your shops, cafes, pubs, restaurants and High Street will be opening soon and that they will be a safe and welcoming place to visit once again. They are using a variety of different media including Parish magazines, local newsletters, local newspapers and social media.
Matt will also be producing the next video to accompany the message, he has started to contact some of your local businesses to be included. If you know of any businesses in your area who would like to be included then please contact Matt at . We are aiming for this video to be aired in early April so please contact us now with any contact details.
I have had a few requests for some additional items so I am putting in an order for some of the following – these are examples and they might not be exactly the same: –
Floor stencils ‘Keep your 2m safe distance’
White spray paint
Cone signs
A Boards (A1 A Board)
Hand Sanitiser
Correx 2 m distance signs reprint
Bollard covers
Please let me know if you would like any of the above, or anything else by end of day on Monday 15 March then we should receive them for when the shops etc. reopen.

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