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CH1ChesterBID launch Digital High Street map to keep Chester Together

17 April 2020

City centre businesses are stepping up to tackle the coronavirus crisis and keep the high street going. Over 70 services are still being offered in an effort to keep Chester’s city centre strong and support the local community.

Social distancing measures have been firmly in place across Chester city centre since the UK went into lockdown on 23 March. Many businesses, from independent homegrown brands to larger national brands – have needed to shut their doors following Government guidance, prompting creation of the ‘Chester Together’ campaign.

Spearheaded by CH1ChesterBID, the city centre’s Business Improvement District, Chester Together provides a platform that connects businesses with customers promoting real tangible ways they can support each other.

More than 70 services including groceries, food and drink deliveries, pharmacy, and other services can be found on the Chester Together Digital High Street map hosted at www.experiencechester.co.uk/chestertogether.

Businesses across the city have joined the campaign including Francis Thomas Green Grocers, Chester Market, Beer Heroes, Da Noi, Ristorante Sergio, Leonida’s Chocolate Café, The Baristas, Paysan and Up North Records to name a few.

Read more at: Experience Chester