Chelmsford City Council is extending all pavement licences until September 2022 to help local businesses to recover from months of closures. Pavement licenses are used by bars, cafes and restaurants that want to put tables and chairs on the public highway outside. They were introduced by the government as a temporary process in response to…
Did you know that our indoor market has been a part of Chelmsford’s history since the 11th century? Many of the businesses have been handed down through the generations and there has always been a wide variety of products and great-tasting food to try. We want everyone to continue supporting these local, family-run businesses that…
Get a free Visit Essex membership via Chelmsford City Council’s partnership programme supporting businesses.
Treat dad to a gift from an independent retailer local to Chelmsford this Father’s Day.
Free support is available for businesses with up to ten employees.
Click It Local – a virtual online shopping platform for local businesses – has launched in Chelmsford.
A scheme offering Chelmsford businesses support with international trade has been launched by the Essex Chambers of Commerce and Chelmsford City Council.
Free business support is available for pubs as they prepare to reopen to the public following the latest coronavirus lockdown.
£52 million in business grants have been paid to local Chelmsford businesses to support them through the coronavirus pandemic.
A limited amount of free FSB memberships are available, subsidised by Chelmsford City Council
Chelmsford companies will get support from a major business and skills programme in the coming months.