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Independent businesses join together to take part in The Tenner Festival

After the support customers have show to businesses throughout the coronavirus pandemic, various independent businesses in Liverpool are joining forces to bring a festival to say thank you back for the support.

The Tenner Festival will be taking place this October and will involve independent businesses located in the L15 and L18 area of the city. The ideal of the festival is based on a successful model that restaurants in Jersey have been running for many years, it will be adapted to suit the variety of businesses involved.

The main objective is to bring together businesses in the area so they can offer some fantastic deals back to the loyal customers that have supported them through the last six months of uncertainty.

Businesses involved will choose a product, service or package which will be offered for the value of just £10.00, which will be to the delight to many customers, especially with the brands that are taking part in the festival.

The Tenner Festival’s list of businesses involved so far include Bean There Coffee Shop, Bloom Bar and Bistro, cork and fork, and East River down to Smithdown road with Belzan and Evil Eye. 

Others involved include A Slower Space, Chandler’s, Adam’s Apple, Oddbins and Lifestyle collective. 

Items available vary from plants, plant starter kits, Autumn Self Care Packages, veg boxes as well as food deals across the restaurants.

For further information visit @the_tenner_festival

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