This is how Mansfield businesses are adapting during lockdown three

With the third national lockdown showing no signs of easing any time soon, Mansfield businesses are coming up with new ways they can operate during the restrictions.

Friday, 22nd January 2021, 4:45 pm
These businesses have had to adapt to survive the pandemic

Although the government are providing help in the form of grants and bounce back loans, many businesses are still struggling to stay afloat, and are having to come up with ways they can earn a living during the pandemic.

As we approach a year since restrictions began, many businesses have remained closed throughout and are beginning to struggle with the enormity of juggling their running costs.

These businesses have all adopted new ways of working to try and ensure their business survives.

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Andwhynot on Leeming Street are offering their menus for delivery on Fridays and Saturdays, or collection Friday to Sunday (including their Sunday lunch menu) See andwhynot.com for menus and order information..

Victoria Melling runs Furnish Your Interior and has launched a new click and collect service for her concession within Booths Interiors.

She explained: “I know a picture may not be important to everyone, but to someone else it could brighten up their day, everyday, in their house.

"I am offering click and collect and local home delivery service during lockdown.

"I have worked so hard over the last three years to build up my business, and I’m trying my best to deliver the excellent customer service my customers are used to."

The bar on Littleworth has been delivering their ales to their regulars since the beginning of lockdown. See their Facebook page for details.

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The hair salon on Littleworth have been providing their regular clients with kits to allow them to look after their roots at home. What a great idea!

Nancy Fielder, editor.

The Red Bar & Grill are offering their menu to takeaway during lockdown. See their Facebook page for details.
As a micro pub, The Garrison on Leeming Street have been offering their selection of beers for delivery, via an online shop. Check out The Garrison Mansfield on Facebook for details.
No.5 Bistro have been offering Sunday roasts for delivery or collection during lockdown
Furnish Your Interior stock pictures, mirrors and home furnishing from their concession in Booths Furniture Store on Churchside. Victoria Melling explains: "I know a picture may not be important to everyone, but to someone else it could brighten up their day, everyday in their house all the time. "I am offering click and collect and local home delivery service during lockdown. "I have worked so hard over the last three years to build up my business, and I’m trying my best to deliver the excellent customer service my customers are used to." There is a 10 per cent discount available this Saturday January 23 - check out https://www.facebook.com/furnishyourinterior
Canvas management team have created Canvas TV to stream live music performances to people's homes, to help with those who are missing their nights out. The first lockdown live gig was watched by thousands on Saturday January 16. Canvas TV returns this Saturday with Dan Budd as Robbie Williams.
Launay's at Edwinstowe are offering a takeaway menu at weekends. Check out Launay's Restaurant on Facebook for more information.