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Sunday
Feb222015

The local grocer returns to UK high streets, The Telegraph 18 Feb 15

Independent shops are returning to the UK's high streets, with the biggest surge taking place across the North West

 Consumers are turning their back on chains and returning to small local shops, according to a new report into the state of Britain's high streets. 

The High Street Tracker, compiled by business insurance broker Simply Business, found a 110pc increase in small, local retailers opening over the past five years. 

The strongest small shop renaissance took place in the North West, with the number of new independent stores rising 18pc across the region last year and 89pc over a five-year period. 

Greater London, the South East and the East Midlands were also showed strong growth in independent stores. 

Northern Ireland showed the slowest growth, with just an 8pc increase in new small shops.

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Sunday
Feb222015

Harrogate Borough Council Shopjacket in Ripon.

Replaced by a great new offer with a modern twist...

 

Sunday
Feb222015

New charity shop opens in Keel Row Shopping Centre, Blyth 

Shopjacket helps with signage for this great new charity shop which opened 9th Feb 2015

 

Monday
Jan192015

Getting ready to open...Pop-up Shop, Russell Street North Shields

Shopjacket helps with the signage for this exciting new pop-up shop offer...

The space is available for new businesses wanting to test the marketNail bar? Jewellery? Gifts? Shoes?...

Wednesday
Nov262014

Pop Up Shops in North Shields

New shops are 'popping up' in North Shields in time for the Christmas rush. The Council is launching 4 pop-up shops for fledgling businesses in the former Connexions centre in Russell Street. Opening at the end of November, the shops are all different sizes and are available to rent for 6 months, with an option to extend the lease for a further 6 months. Many people work on a very small scale - sometimes online or from home - and may want to test their ideas with temporary shop space to sell their products. Any small business wanting space in the pop up shops should contact Daniel Wise on: 0191 643 6427 or email: daniel.wise@northtyneside.gov.uk