Defying the floods and open as usual! Tweets and messages from Worcestershire businesses (From Malvern Gazette)
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Defying the floods and open as usual! Tweets and messages from Worcestershire businesses
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- Calling local business! Are you defying the floods and open for business?
- Let your customers hear from you!
- Tweet me @JohnWilsonWN
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Great to see so many people have managed to come to the city centre today. Don't forget, if your business is open today use #open4business!— Worcester BID (@WorcesterBID) February 12, 2014
The outside furniture has taken a battering and staff have travelled from the other side of the ever expanding river, but the Olive Branch restaurant is very much open for business!
Come and let us warm you up with a coffee, cocktails or delicious tapas to share.
We’re still taking Valentine’s bookings – if you can’t make it Friday because of the floods , you can enjoy our Valentines menu on Saturday instead.
I work at Diva Hair and Beauty in Copenhagen Street. Could you please do a post for us on facebook stating were still open for business and were offering 50% off for walk-in services
Salon Number 01905 22600
Just a reminder Worcester is very much open for business. Routes such as Newtown Road are open and parking available in St Martins Gate.— Cllr Lucy Hodgson (@Cllrlucyhodgson) February 12, 2014
Make sure you support your local business this lunchtime! Treat yourself to a tasty meal or a cup of coffee. Worcester is #open4business— Worcester BID (@WorcesterBID) February 12, 2014
Just to let you know the Command Post, army surplus store, 7 The Tything, is open for business.
Lots of new stock as arrived this morning too.
Get some clothes to keep you warm and dry
We are #open4business along with 25 Boutique, Emporio, Pockets, come and see us to brighten up our day! Friar Street is not underwater!— halo style (@halo_style) February 12, 2014
The Malvern is open and warm and a relaxing haven from all this nasty weather! #open4business— Malvern Spa Hotel (@malvernbuzz) February 12, 2014
Well folks #Open4Business 25 Boutique, Halo & Emporio all in Friar st. ladies perfect day to shop, no crowds, FITTING ROOMS AVAILABLE!!!— rachel sedgley (@RachelSedgley) February 12, 2014
Although CrownGate Car Park is inaccessible, the Shopping Centre is very much #open4business, so pop in if you can get into town safely!— CrownGate Shopping (@CrownGate1) February 12, 2014
Shuttle bus across the river working a treat at the moment— Alicia KellyWN (@aliciakellyWN) February 12, 2014
Come on, #Open4Business! Worcester News is behind you. Let me have some pictures today please.— John Wilson (@johnwilsonWN) February 12, 2014
The Hive is open today, with HER Office open 1-4pm, original archives 1:30-7pm & self service until 10pm #open4business— ExploreThePast (@ExploreThePast) February 12, 2014
Rain just arrived in worcs! Stay positive:-) #open4business— twentyfiveboutique (@25boutiqueworcs) February 12, 2014
Wednesday, February 12, and another day of disruption caused by flooding, but Worcester is still open for business.
Why not take advantage to enjoy a coffee and some shopping, and see the floods from a safe vantage point?
Money spent locally, circulates locally. Support local independent business, and support your community. Keep it local. #ShopLocal - RT!— ILoveLocalShops (@myLoyaltyCards) February 11, 2014
Thank you to the Mayor of Worcester for her visit to Friar Street. Showing her support for the independents.— Judy Owen (@judithow11) February 11, 2014
The sun is shining and we are #open4business— MuseumRoyalWorcester (@TheMoRW) February 11, 2014
Worcester very much open for business. Please dont ignore local businesses, the bridge is closed but the city is fully open #open4business— ChampagneCollection (@ChampagneColl) February 11, 2014
Thank you the Mayor of Worcester for visiting 25 Boutique this morning and lending her support to the campaign... http://t.co/f0LnZQHUPp— Angela Veronica (@pinkcakeshop) February 11, 2014
Our thoughts are naturally with those struggling with flooding. Dolphin's Worcester HQ is #open4business.— Dolphin Access (@yourdolphin) February 11, 2014
The Mayor's heading out to meet some of the many Worcester companies who are #open4business— WorcesterCityCouncil (@myworcester) February 11, 2014
Don't forget, the centre is very much #open4business though so don't let the rain put you off!— CrownGate Shopping (@CrownGate1) February 11, 2014
Worcester is #open4business in spite of difficult conditions. Follow this hashtag for updates.— Worcester City HER (@WorCityHeritage) February 11, 2014
The school is #open4business and has coffee/tea/hot choc available. Don't let the weather get in the way of music.— Elgar School Music (@ESMWorcester) February 11, 2014
We're open as usual today, with self service open till 10pm, original archives 10:30-4:00 & HER office 1-4pm #open4business— ExploreThePast (@ExploreThePast) February 11, 2014
Don't be put off by the swollen river. Wocester city centre is #open4business and can be easily reached from the M5— WorcesterCityCouncil (@myworcester) February 10, 2014
Traffic moving well through Worcester & all shops & businesses open as usual. Plenty of parking spaces in St Martin's Gate! #Open4Business— Joy Squires (@JoySquires) February 11, 2014
Our car park & the bus station re-opened this afternoon. Confident they'll be open tomorrow too. We'll keep you updated #worcestershirehour— CrownGate Shopping (@CrownGate1) February 10, 2014
Remember, even if the car park is affected, all our retailers and businesses are trading as normal. Don't stay away! #worcestershirehour— CrownGate Shopping (@CrownGate1) February 10, 2014
Thanks to #worcester folk and businesses for your patience today. We know the disruption being caused and will return things to normal ASAP— Dave Throup (@DaveThroupEA) February 10, 2014
Worcester bridge is open again so all students get your free taxi to @SinWorcester tonight and avoid all the floods Call VIP on 01905 678678— Rich Glazzard (@IamRichGlazzard) February 10, 2014
Worcester's open for business, as our snap of the High Street - taken just a short while ago - shows. Despite the... http://t.co/IGvlR8iig3— WorcesterCityCouncil (@myworcester) February 10, 2014
The King's Head, Sidbury, Worcester, is open as usual serving food & drinks all day! Fresh new decor, comfy cushions and hot chocolate a-plenty :)
Rain, floods, more rain ... if there's ever a time to support local businesses and traders in your area, it's now. #shoplocal— Shop Local Malvern (@ShopMalvern) February 10, 2014
Crown Decorating Centre on Newtown Trading Estate is open for business and we are still out and about doing deliveries across the county.
The Hive will reopen at 2pm although HER office will not be open & cafe will have limited service. Self Service area available as normal— ExploreThePast (@ExploreThePast) February 10, 2014
Here's the way for romantics in search of Valentine's balloons to beat the floods in Worcester. pic.twitter.com/oszBrYu79l— steven morris (@stevenmorris20) February 10, 2014
Despite the floods Friar Street is still open for business...some amazing end of sale bargains @25boutique!— Angela Veronica (@pinkcakeshop) February 10, 2014
Come and visit us at 38 Foregate Street, we are safe from the #WorcesterFloods so you can visit by road or on foot.— Hewett Recruitment (@HewettBiz) February 10, 2014
Its a bit soggy in Worcester. We are open as normal. Check this before setting out on your journey due to disruptions http://t.co/70QVjafuhc— The Infirmary (@InfirmaryWorc) February 10, 2014
@WorcesterHotel are open for business as usual were still totally accessible. Please call us for further info or assistance 0190524308— Worcester Whitehouse (@WorcesterHotel) February 10, 2014
Brilliant idea from Worcester News @JohnWilsonWN using twitter to promote the fact that shops are still open despite floods.— BPE Employment Law (@BPE_Employment) February 10, 2014
Worcester is very much open for business, that is the message from local companies.
Adrian Field, Worcester BID Manager, said businesses in the city centre were keen to let people know they were still open despite road closures.
"There is perhaps the perception that Worcester city is on lock down but that is not the case.
"Businesses are still open and there is lots of car parking. Routes into the city are also open and train travel is still operational.
"The businesses are very keen to maintain normality."
Tweets will be going out today using #open4business to promote local businesses trading in the city.
Despite road closures, Worcester city centre is very much #open4business today!— Worcester BID (@WorcesterBID) February 10, 2014
Toys & Games Of Worcester is #open4business . Open 7 days a week come rain or shine.— Timothy Evans (@TimothyDEvans) February 10, 2014
All our retailers and businesses are #open4business today! If you're safely able to make it into town, pay us a visit!— CrownGate Shopping (@CrownGate1) February 10, 2014
@JohnWilsonWN Museums Worcestershire venues still welcoming visitors, The Commandery open til 5, Art Gallery & Museum til 4.30 today— Museums Worcs (@worcestermuseum) February 10, 2014
LIVE: Worcester city centre is very much OPEN for business today, key message to get out there http://t.co/CyHVY6cTVD— Tom Edwards (@tomedwardsWN) February 10, 2014
Still open for business!! The Swan Theatre and Huntingdon Hall both open and all events going ahead as normal,... http://t.co/YIvIzlvKQM— The Swan Theatre (@theswantheatre) February 10, 2014
Worcester might have floods but it is still open for business and most roads are quiet— Sutcliffe & Co (@sutcliffeCo) February 10, 2014
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