Increase your productivity whilst working from home!

Meet Alex and check out The Kiln!

The Kiln provides an affordable workspace for Worcester's remote workers and thriving small business community.

While you can't currently use their space on Copenhagen Street, check out their social media to see their tips on making the most of your home-office setup.

While you're there, why not drop a like, follow and leave a review? Local businesses really value support like this during these difficult times!

Their website: https://thekiln.co/ 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thekilnco 

Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheKilnCo

If you are a BID business and would like to feature you and your team in the Worcester BID behind the business campaign through social media or in the next Visit Worcester newsletter, email us at info@worcesterbid.com


Keep yourself pampered at home!

Meet Sarah, the face behind Simply Beautiful on St Swithin's Street!
This long, standing established beauty salon and skincare centre is an authorised Dermalogica® stockist and service provider and works with brands using no harsh chemicals or abrasive techniques.
Head over to their page, leave a positive review and use their online shop to get the quality products they use to pamper yourself at home!
If you are a BID business and would like to feature you and your team in the Worcester BID behind the business campaign through social media or in the next Visit Worcester newsletter, email us at info@worcesterbid.com

Show your support for 25 Boutique!

Check out 25 Boutique and meet Becky!

She's been in business with affordable, luxury fashion for almost 15 years on Friar Street with lesser known global brands and that offer “something different”.

While business has had to be temporarily stopped, you can still support her by interacting with her!

You can visit her website and sign up to her newsletter here: https://25boutique.co.uk/

Follow her business on Twitter: https://twitter.com/25boutiqueworcs

If you are a BID business and would like to feature you and your team in the Worcester BID behind the business campaign through social media or in the next Visit Worcester newsletter, email us at info@worcesterbid.com


How you can help the BTP community!

Meet the staff at Boston Tea Party!
Lena and her team can't wait to get back to Broad Street and serve you, but while they're shut you can still support them!
Follow their page to keep up to date, leave them a positive review and like their posts to get their engagement up, it costs nothing and shows them you care!
Take a look at their website too: https://bostonteaparty.co.uk/...
If you are a BID business and would like to feature you and your team in the Worcester BID behind the business campaign through social media or in the next Visit Worcester newsletter, email us at info@worcesterbid.com

Jewellery with the personal touch!

Meet Anja and Felicity, the faces behind Anja Potze Fine Jewellery Ltd!
While their Friar Street boutique remains shut for the time being, they are keeping busy with the business through their online store and contributing to Lockdown diaries!
Take a look at what they're getting up to here: https://www.professionaljeweller.com/lockdown-diaries.../...
If you are a BID business and would like to feature you and your team in the Worcester BID behind the business campaign through social media or in the next Visit Worcester newsletter, email us at info@worcesterbid.com

Quality cuts of local meat!

As featured in last week's Visit Worcester Newsletter, Mark, Matt and the whole M and M Meats team are consistently working hard to bring the freshest local produce to you!
Get in contact with them here:
Alternatively, pop in and see them on St Swithin's Street (whilst keeping physically distanced) between 7.30am - 3pm.
If you are a BID business and would like to feature you and your team in the Worcester BID behind the business campaign through social media or in the next Visit Worcester newsletter, email us at info@worcesterbid.com

Pack It In through Lockdown!

This weeks (22/01/2021) Visit Worcester newsletter features a wellbeing article about Pack It In - Zero Waste Living.
It details Phil's efforts to keep her local business delivering to areas in and around Worcester and to keep you using as little single-use plastic as possible!

To find out more, read our article: https://www.visitworcester.co.uk/social-wellbeing.../

Visit Pack It In's new website: https://www.packitin-zerowasteliving.co.uk/

If you are a BID business and would like to feature in the next VW newsletter email us at info@worcesterbid.com

Save our High Street - Support Local

Samantha McCarthy, from Worcester BID, said: “Our independent businesses are showing their steely determination to succeed by implementing innovative ways for us to shop, eat and drink.

“Our High Street needs these businesses - please shop independently to support them through this.

"If every person in Worcester spent £10 in an independent businesses it would inject over £5million back into the local economy.

“We made sure all our independent businesses now have online platforms.

"Meaning you can shop locally, from your sofa.

“Independents are the future of the High Street with the ability to adapt and embrace change quickly and effectively as we have seen since the beginning of the pandemic.

Read more.... https://www.worcesternews.co.uk/news/18850538.worcester-looks-abandoned-lockdown-2-comes-force/


Here for you throughout Lockdown

Lisa and Paula Farrington, Owners of Embrace Boutique in Reindeer Court say: ‘Embrace will be here throughout lockdown to cater for all your lingerie needs. We have everything from soft bralettes for comfortable home working, to luxury sets that are sure to boost your mood and make you feel amazing! Please have a look at our website www.embraceluxurylingerie.co.uk and, as a thank you for shopping with us, all orders placed will attract FREE standard delivery. If you need any help or advice we remain at your service via email on info@embraceboutique.co.uk.’


Keep our dreams alive

Mark Rasdall, owner Mr Simms Olde Sweet Shoppe says:
“Without November (and probably at least some of December) income we will really struggle to survive the dark days of January and February - especially if we endure further natural disasters such as the floods of 2020.
If we are allowed to, we'll be doing doorstep sales from outside the sweet shop (details will be updated on our Facebook page:

www.facebook.com/MrSimmsWorcester) and customers can look at our brochure online at www.mrsimmsworcester.co.uk/overview or email us on mrsimmsworcester.co.uk at any time. We also have our new online brand - The Sweet Lorry - with a range of beautiful themed hampers that make lovely Christmas presents: www.thesweetlorry.co.uk
Please support us through these hard times, your custom means the world to us and keeps our dreams alive.”