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Dartmouth Fiver Fest Supporting Dartmouth’s local businesses


by shopping and dining out locally is at the forefront of everyone’s mind right now and DTC is doing its bit to help where it can. The incredibly popular Dartmouth Fiver Fest will be returning from 12th – 26th


June


with many local independent businesses offering discounted deals for just £5. It is estimated that if every adult in Dartmouth spent just a £5 a week in local independent shops and businesses it would put £1.1million back into our local economy. Fiver Fest is a great way to grab a bargain,


shop somewhere new and support our small independent shops and cafés. These have been terrible times for


everyone, but hospitality businesses have been especially hard hit. Social distancing restrictions have meant that, even when they can reopen, reduced capacity in order to maintain social distancing, puts a big dent in possible revenue. Therefore to help those most affected, and after a proper tendering process, DTC has allocated three outside pitches in Royal Avenue Gardens to Bayard’s Cove, Morello’s and Edward’s Fudge Shop.


You may be wondering why this update has suddenly appeared in By the Dart? The reason is simple, we feel that there is a lot of work being done by the Council, but it can be hard to get this information out to those it most affects ... You, our residents. Therefore, we hope you will find this update informative and useful, and that you approve of what we have been up to. Please feel free to send any feedback good or bad to cllrcathycampos@dartmouthtowncouncil.gov.uk.


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