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  Posted: 11.06.21 at 08:36 by The Editor

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As we look forward to a return to 'normality' after June 21, it is clear times are so tough for local businesses in the Deepings and across the country.

Luckily here at Nub News we are here to help.

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All you have to do is tell us a good business story. How has the lockdown and pandemic affected you. How did you adapt? How might your business and industry be in the future and why?

Are you expanding? Are you moving premises? Are you doing anything new and innovative? Making major progress?

We are particularly keen to hear from those in the hospitality sector. We have missed you enormously. Pubs, bars, cafes, restaurants are at the heart of our communities.

Tell us about your re-openings, when is it and what changes you will be making. Have you re-opened already? How has it been? What are your hopes and concerns for the future. Will it ever be the same again?

If you have a story to tell, to get UP CLOSE with our readers, please email [email protected] for more details.

In the meantime, please also join our FREE free register of local businesses in our area.

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