The Kitchen Range and Cookshop
The Kitchen Range and Cookshop is closed to the public but can still offer delivery of many of their items including barbecues, accessories and homewares. Visit their website https://www.krcookshop.com to browse and shop safely online.
Leos Deli are open and have their usual range of delicious products from cheese, charcuterie, bread, organic teas, delicious biscuits, vegetables, to baked goods. They can deliver to you as well, please email Mark on email@example.com or phone on 01728 724059. Leos' Deli is website is http://www.leosdeli.co.uk
Simpson's Sweets and Milkshakes
Simpsons Seets and MIlkshakes are now offering delivery of sweet treats in Framlingham! Deliveries will be on Thursday and Friday afternoons between 3-4pm. You can order over the phone 01728 621 539 between 2-3pm each Thursday and Friday until further notice (outside these hours 01728 621 432 and someone will call you back). To stay up to date follow them on Facebook here https://www.facebook.com/simpsonssweetshop
Hall Farm Butchers
Are offering a delivery service to Framlingham and surrounding area for their high quality local meats. You can order in advance and collect in person or order for home delivery. Cashless payment preferred. Please phone 01728 727422 or contact on firstname.lastname@example.org Please note the current opening hours are 8am to 2pm Monday to Saturday. You can keep up to date with Hall Farm Butchers on their website http://www.hallfarmbutchers.co.uk instagram and facebook.
The Framlingham Wine Shop
Richard Taylore is offering a free, local, contactless delivery service only. Minimum drop is one case of 6 bottles with prices starting from £40. The shop isn't open, payment can be made by BACS or credit card, no cash can be accepted at the moment. Please email at email@example.com (or text on 07769347001 if you have no email access).
Garnetts Gardens are closed but offering a veg food box for delivery or collection from their car park Wednesdays to Saturdays. Payment is contactless over the phone or via bank transfer. You can order by phone 01728 724589 , email firstname.lastname@example.org or message on facebook. Please note they are not contactable Sunday or Mondays. They also have some garden products subject to availability. See their facebook for the latest posts here https://en-gb.facebook.com/pg/GarnettsGardens/posts/?ref=page_internal
The government is setting up a scheme which will be called the Coronavirus Self-employment Income Support Scheme which will be open to those who were trading in the last financial year, still trading now, and planning to continue doing so this year.
If a self-employed person or partnership has suffered a loss in income, a taxable grant will be paid, worth 80% of their profits up to a cap of £2,500 per month. Initially, this will be available for three months in one lump-sum payment and will start to be paid from the beginning of June.
To be eligible more than half of a claimant's income needs to be from self-employment. The scheme will be open to those with a trading profit of less than £50,000 in 2018-19, or an average trading profit of less than £50,000 from 2016-17, 2017-18 and 2018-19.
The claim process will be as follows:
· Applicants will not need to make a claim for support as HMRC will use existing information to identify those eligible and will invite application
· The application will require applicants to confirm that they meet the eligibility requirements
· It will be paid straight into a bank account, which eligible taxpayers will need to confirm on their application form
· Applicants do not need to contact HMRC now if they are eligible HMRC will contact them directly.
More advice is available from AccountAbility-plus here or via our 121 Business Service: email@example.com
The Government has produced updated guidance on the Grant Fund Scheme which provides further detail on how this will operate. You can view it here.
This is the third version of the guidance to have been produced in the last two weeks which highlights both how quickly things are changing and the need to keep checking on updates of all the guidance produced to make sure you are operating from the most recent version. You can check this page; https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-on-business-support-grant-funding
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