In response to the Covid 19 pandemic the Saddlers’ Company has set up a scheme to provide small grants to saddlery manufacturers and saddlery fitters that would benefit from independent support from a ‘Professional Advisor’ in order to help access the full range of Covid 19 government grants, loans and reliefs. This might be extended to the provision of legal advice related to personnel matters or the adoption of safe working practices needed to sustain their businesses through the Government restrictions.
Saddlery manufacturing or saddlery fitting businesses that would like to take up this opportunity are encouraged to contact Patrick Burns on 07860 957580 or at firstname.lastname@example.org Applications will be dealt with on a case by case basis and a decision by the Saddlers’ Company to offer a grant or not will be final.
Individuals and businesses, whether they have their own professional advisers or not, are also encouraged to monitor closely the advice and guidance coming from their Trade Associations and Professional Bodies and to engage with them in the first instance.
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