As part of #SmallBizSat I have, over the last three weeks been pleased to participate in and recognise just a few of the numerous small businesses that operate within the Scunthorpe Constituency.
Below is just a snapshot of those that I’ve been able to feature. These also included Adomontise Books and Toys, Chillies Takeaway, Clayton’s Corner Coffee Shop, Dramarama, Honest Crust, JWE Plumbing and Heating, Kimberley Performing Arts Centre, Light and Shade Images, Lincolnshire Community Superstore, MyPET Pet and Aquatic Supplies, Natalie French and Oxley Driving School.
You can find all of these posts on my Facebook site, https://www.facebook.com/Nic-Dakin-186874346397.
I would like to thank all the small businesses that play such a vital role in our communities – not just those that I’ve listed but the many others that it wasn’t possible to.
Described as a highly skilled electrician with expertise and experience in all aspects of electrical contracting, Woody’s Works provides electrical and electrician services to a variety of customers.
The Scunthorpe Ironing Fairy deals with one of those important jobs that we all need but don’t always look forward to doing.
Sue’s Cakes, specialising in birthday and wedding cakes.
Silica Lodge is a family run traditional garden centre with all your gardening needs all under one roof.
Contact 01724 282148 www.silicalodgegardencentre.co.uk
Scunthorpe Centurion Boxing Club offers boxing and fitness to youths aged 10+.
RA Models specialise in diecast models and plastic kits. http://www.ramodels.co.uk/