A BANGOR enterprise is to steer a protest to spotlight the affect of lockdown on native merchants.
Jules Lee, proprietor of Jules Tattoos in Excessive Road, introduced the plans as we speak.
She stated the protest is to be held by all outlets in Bangor Excessive Road from 4pm to 6pm on Thursday (October 22).
Companies together with hairdressers, cobblers, eateries, music outlets and extra will arrange stalls, tables and seating areas outdoors the entrance of their companies on the road itself to serve clients.
Native musicians may even be performing reside music on the street.
Jules Lee, who will probably be tattooing in entrance of her personal store, stated: “We’re doing this to convey consideration to the truth that this lockdown has decimated the excessive avenue right here in Bangor, and with out enterprise assist, many people will probably be compelled to shut down for good.”
Bangor has been below native lockdown since 6pm on Saturday, October 10.
Danielle Asquith, additionally from Jules Tattoos, stated: “Native companies have seen an enormous drop in commerce, they’ve stayed open whereas clients are being instructed to remain away.
“The message is easy, enable us to work to regular capability or fund our momentary closure. It’s merely not viable to proceed the best way issues are.”
For extra details about the protest contact Jules Lee on 07949 380823 or e-mail [email protected]