Horwich Advertiser Issue 585

the Advertiser with The Advertiser July 6th 2022 Page 17 Subscribe to our digital edition by visiting www.horwichadvertiser.co.uk/subscribe Email: contact@horwichadvertiser.co.uk 47 WINTER HEY LANE, HORWICH BL6 7AD Local author section of new books. If you don't fancy a book or jigsaw just come for a chat. @booksforewe SECOND HAND BOOKS & JIGSAWS, PHOTO CARDS & PRINTS 100% Natural scented soy wax candles Hand poured locally by us Natural home fragrance Unique gifts for all occasions Designer greeting cards Contact Anne or Lisa on: 01204 876262 annalisecandles357@gmail.com www.annalisecandles.com @annalise357 annalise_candles www.facebook.com/AnnaliseCandles&Gifts Unit 3, The Courtyard behind Chill @ The Cowshed, 46 Winter Hey Lane, Horwich, Bolton BL6 7NX Dog Grooming in Horwich by Caitlin! 59 Winter Hey Lane, Horwich BL6 7NT 07926 927042 On Facebook & Instagram – contact via Social Media or email hattieandbowsdoggroomers@gmail.com I offer a 1-2-1 service, from just a deep thorough bath to a full groom and restyle. I look forward to meeting your pooches. Hattie & Bow’s Dog Groomer’s BEFORE BEFORE AFTER AFTER 094296 9-5.30 Everyday, Closed Wednesday & Sunday Find Us on Ann and Lisa from Annalise Candles & Gifts say: “You have a great choice of shops, friendly people always happy to help, come and visit and see for yourself, you will be surprised at what Horwich has to offer. beats . e time l area as the ueeze , you’ll efits of er, a lf, has f sup- ers in e them w our ey are great er. into a akery to buy- t from shop, ly you siness ve the e jobs , here e rea- ld visit et and HE MY l busi- ey into and by their rs can e com- . NG PING high obs in s, sup- g and ople to . Help- umber l areas lace to h then econ- unity. rprised to see just how competi- tive the prices are in your local shops. Independent retailers often reward regular customers, while others often provide great deals that can’t be found in major outlets – mean- ing people save money as they spend. It’s increas- ingly important as we all battle with the cost-of-liv- ing crisis. 4. YOU’RE HELPING PRESERVE THE HEART OF YOUR COMMUNITY A thriving high street is key to boosting the poten- tial of a village or town where people can social- ise as well as shop. Local businesses also generate revenue to support coun- cil services such as librar- ies, parks and roads that benefit communities. 5. YOU’LL BE SPOILT FOR CHOICE Small and local busi- nesses often stock items which are made locally and aren’t available else- where else, providing a great range of choice and unique products that bring much-needed orig- inality and variety into communities – including Local shops often source their goods locally, help- ing to reduce their car- bon footprint. When shopping local, people are also more likely to walk or cycle to get there – doing their bit to reduce air pol- lution, reduce traffic and improve the qual- ity of the nation’s high streets. And, as fuel prices rise it makes even more sense to shop on your doorstep. rare finds and items that aren’t mass produced. 6. YOU GET A BETTER SHOPPING EXPERIENCE Small businesses are often run by people who live nearby. Buying locally from a friendly face makes shopping a better experience. You can also benefit from the knowledge traders and retailers have, and their willingness to help you get the best out of them. 7. YOU’LL HELP THE ENVIRONMENT – AND YOUR POCKET our high street!

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