Lifeboat Donation from Living Lerwick

January 13th 2021

Living Lerwick Director, Stuart Jamieson from Harry’s, handed over a cheque to the Lerwick Lifeboat Ladies Guild this morning on behalf of town centre businesses. Linda Simpson and Rhoda Watt accepted the cheque on the Lifeboat pier.

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Business Opening Update

December 29th 2020

Due to the ongoing increase in active Covid case numbers in Shetland, many town centre businesses are remaining closed to protect the safety of their staff and customers.

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Christmas Round Up

December 21st 2020

Christmas activities and a flurry of shoppers have brought a real buzz to Lerwick town centre in recent weeks.

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Christmas Window Winner

December 21st 2020

Ninian have been named the best Christmas window competition winner following the public vote.

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Alternative Christmas Light Switch-on

December 7th 2020

The normal festive Christmas parade to switch on the town centre Christmas lights was unable to go ahead this year due to restrictions imposed on public gatherings because of Covid-19. This did not stop Living Lerwick spreading a bit of Christmas cheer though...

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Scotland Loves Local Funding Received

December 7th 2020

Living Lerwick has received funding from the Scotland Loves Local fund to assist with the winter 'Buy Local' campaign being delivered on behalf of town centre businesses in Lerwick.

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Christmas arrives at Commercial Street

November 24th 2020

With the arrival of the Market Cross Christmas tree, the Christmas spirit has definitely arrived at Commercial Street.

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Buy Local Film Launched

November 12th 2020

Living Lerwick launched a short film this week explaining how shopping local benefits many in our small communities.

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Double High Street Hero Recognition

November 3rd 2020

Project Manager, Emma Miller and Director, Edna Irvine have both been recognised in the recent High Street Hero award announcements for the work they have done to support businesses in Shetland during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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The message this spending season is: SHOP LOCAL

October 31st 2020

The message this spending season is: SHOP LOCAL

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