Great local deals as H&F traders celebrate Small Business Saturday

Want more local customers to pop into your business? Then why not offer a special promotion for local residents.

Hammersmith & Fulham Council is looking for local businesses to support the Small Business Saturday campaign on 2 December.

Small Business Saturday is a non-commercial initiative that highlights small business success across the country. And we need YOUR support here in H&F.

It is part of the council’s drive to aid small business owners and make the borough the best place to do business in Europe.

“Shopping locally within the borough is crucial to the success and survival of businesses in H&F,” said Cllr Andrew Jones, H&F Cabinet Member for Economic Development and Regeneration. “We want businesses to start up in H&F, grow in the borough and eventually thrive here.”

The Small Business day, now in its fifth year, takes place on the first Saturday in December each year.

Great local deals

To help support local traders, take advantage of these great deals from businesses in H&F taking part in Small Business Saturday:

Herald and Heart gift shop – 703 Fulham Road, SW6
10% discount if shoppers mention the code CHRISTMAS10 when they come in the shop from 1-25 December 2017.

Rushes Florist, 156 King Street, W6

Rushes Florist – 156 King Street, W6
10% discount on all products purchased in the shop on the day.

Computer Angels – 160 Munster Road, SW6
£5 credit for all purchases over £10 that Amex are offering.

The Care Dental Practice – 118-120 Hammersmith Road, W14
Complimentary consultations for teeth whitening, teeth straightening, dental implants and dental veneers.

Albertine Wine Shop – 1 Wood Lane, W12
15% off all food.

Creative Brighter Gardens – 2 Acacia Road, W3
10% discount for any bookings in January and February 2018.

Adam & Potsie Hairdressing – 280 King Street, W6
20% for all customers from 2-24 December 2017

Mysmartphones Ltd – 128 King Street, W6
First time customers will get 10% discount on accessories and repairs.

Sid's Ltd - Shoe Repairs, 70 Fulham Palace Road, W6

Sid’s Ltd – Shoe Repairs – 70 Fulham Palace Road, W6
10% discount on all services including shoe repairs, key cutting and engraving.

Polish Deli – 163 King Street, W6
10% off shopping over £25 for customers that like and share our Facebook page.

Alpha Accountants (London) Limited – 585 Fulham Road, SW6
Free consultation for business start-ups.

Goldbrick Fabrics – 20 Goldhawk Road, W12
15% off for those who mention the Small Business Saturday promotion.

Naama Deli – 384 Uxbridge Road, W12
25% discount on purchases on the day. Naama Deli recently won the accolade of Best Business in Shepherds Bush at H&F Council’s Brilliant Business Awards.

Brook Green News – Post Office, 146 Shepherds Bush Road, W6
Mobile phone cables and chargers at 2 for £7.50 (usual price £5 each). 20% off all headphones including Bluetooth headsets. 10% off all memory cards.

Lavolio – Online Sweet business
20% discount on anything on their website.

Merci Maman – 25 Heathmans Road, SW6
Quote the code HHMM15 on Saturday 2 December.

Want to get involved?

If you are a local business and would like to get involved in Small Business Saturday, please contact the H&F Business Desk on 020 8753 2733 or email:

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