Coronavirus Northern Ireland: Newry Alliance representative calls for support for city centre businesses

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Thursday, May 14th, 2020

Newry and Armagh Alliance representative Jackie Coade has called for more support for city-centre businesses in the constituency.

The Alliance representative said that with a potential Covid-19 recession and Brexit on the horizon it is important local businesses and city centre management groups in the two cities are helped as much as possible.


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“I encourage everyone to support local businesses within Newry and Armagh,” she told Newry Times.

“Especially as we turn to the gradual opening of our manufacturing and retail businesses.



“Now, more than ever, retailers need your support,” she insisted.

“We need to encourage the growth of Newry and Armagh city centres and support those businesses who have struggled during the lockdown.



“It’s going to be a tough road ahead for many.

“But with government initiatives and sharing knowledge and support, I hope we can get through this tough period ahead.

“I am happy to lend my support to all businesses within our constituency in any way I can,” Coade added.




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