Horwich Advertiser Issue 585

SHOP LOCAL Page 16 The Advertiser July 6th 2022 Follow us on Facebook: Horwich Advertiser Ad Sales: 01204 478812 171 Lee Lane, Horwich BL6 7JD Tel: 01204 697222 10% Discount on Deliveries (within 3 mile radius) 20% Discount on Pick-up We are no longer open Mondays to the general public except bank holidays. The restaurant will be available for groups and private functions. Tuesday - Friday • 5pm - 6.15pm 4 Courses - £15.99 4.5 Star Rated on Trip Advisor Follow us on facebook and Twitter 10 or more orders delivered free to your office Tiffin Lunch Tuesday - Friday Order by 11.30am for same day Sunday Brunch 4 Courses • 1pm to 5pm £15.99 Kids Under 11 Eat Free! Booking Essential! Wednesday - Friday • 12pm - 2pm 3 Courses - £8.99 Open for Lunch Early Diner’s Menu WE ARE VEGAN & GLUTEN FRIENDLY PLEASE CALL FOR MORE INFORMATION Private Function Room & Cocktail Bar Accommodates up to 80 guests Available to hire at no extra cost. Terms and conditions apply Chill@TheCowShed Dogs Welcome Ice Cream Parlour & Vintage Tea Room Open 7 days • Fully Licensed 46 Winter Hey Lane, Horwich, Bolton BL6 7NX Tel. 01204 691609 www.chillatthecowshed.com find us on facebook Baby Showers Kids Parties rti me C in the courtyard Clothing | Jewellery | Bags | Accessories Ladies Boutique The Courtyard, Chill at the Cowshed, 46 Winter Hey Lane, Horwich BL6 7NX @buttonboutique1234 buttonboutique A special little boutique, bringing you stylish, affordable clothing. We have ladies of every age, shape and size, and love for you all to leave the shop, happy and looking and feeling fabulous. Search: collectablebazaarhorwich • Collectables • Furniture • New gifts 34, Winter Hey Lane, Horwich, BL6 7AA | Tel: 07793 094296 Find Us on Joanne from Chill at the Cow Shed says: “Horwich has so much to offer Lots of special individual shops that all sell something different we have free parking and a great park.” Carol & Caron from Button Ladies Boutique: “Come and see us in Horwich behind Chill at the Cowshed (Winter Hay Lane ), just in the courtyard, we have a great choice of outfits, shoes, bags and jewellery, you will not be disappointed.” Let’s get behind Supporting your local businesses PEOPLE are being urged to support Hor- wich traders as they work to attract more people into the town. A late-night shopping initiative is just one of the ways they are looking to encourage shoppers to spend their money locally. The Advertiser is also looking to bang the drum for our local businesses. We’ve been highlight- ing their services and the role they play in our community through a series of pieces on our Facebook page – giving them another platform to show what they offer. Horwich has an impressive and diverse range of independent businesses. They have continued to serve their communities through thick and thin. Local high streets pay a massive role – both eco- nomically and socially – without themall our lives would be poorer. They enrich our communities. However, the chal- lenges facing our high streets are greater than ever. Small businesses are facing a really tough time, with rising costs coming at them from all sides, from staffing to energy bills. So once again are call- ing on people to get out there and support the traders on their doorstep. Take a look at what they have to offer, go along to their next late-night initiative. Nothing beats shopping in person. Now really is the time to show your local area some love. And, as the cost-of-living squeeze begins to hit home, you’ll also reap the benefits of shopping locally. The Advertiser, a local business itself, has a proud history of sup- porting the traders in our communities. We’re here to give them a platform to show our readers what they are all about and the great services they deliver. From popping into a local family-run bakery for a loaf of bread, to buy- ing a quirky gift from an independent shop, by shopping locally you can help local business owners and preserve the high street and the jobs they support. So once again, here are just some of the rea- sons why you should visit your local high street and spend some cash: 1. YOU’RE SUPPORTING THE LOCAL ECONOMY Shopping at local busi- nesses pumps money into the local economy, and by spending cash in their local shop, shoppers can do their bit for the com- munity they live in. 2. YOU’RE SAVING JOBS AND HELPING CREATE MORE Supporting our high streets creates jobs in local communities, sup- porting often young and disadvantaged people to find employment. Help- ing to grow the number of jobs in our local areas makes for a better place to live and work, which then creates a healthy econ- omy for the community. 3. YOU’LL GET GREAT DEALS Peoplemight be surprised