Don’t miss out on government grant of up to £25,000
PUBLISHED: 10:21 26 April 2020 | UPDATED: 12:24 26 April 2020
Broadland District Council
South Norfolk and Broadland businesses have so far received more than £38m in government grants to help them through the coronavirus pandemic.
The money, provided by central government and distributed by South Norfolk and Broadland’s district councils, is designed to help companies which may be particularly affected by the current lack of trade.
Through the Small Business Grant Fund or Retail, Hospitality and Leisure Grant, eligible businesses can claim grants of either £10,000 or £25,000.
The two councils, who began a collaborative partnership in 2018, have already supported 3,353 businesses and paid out almost £40m to help the local economy.
But while the majority of businesses who qualify have been contacted, some eligible businesses have not yet claimed their money and are being encouraged to come forward.
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