Sally Dobie explains the impact the pandemic has had on seaside towns and in particular their restaurants; the government funding was helpful but nothing can compare to customers during summer.
Author: Sally Dobie
Sally grew up in North Yorkshire with a love of writing and radio. After completing a journalism degree in Ireland, she developed a passion for political journalism and hopes to pursue a career in digital or print journalism.
Sally Dobie writes on the challenge of moving into the care sector in the middle of a pandemic. “But the people I’ve met in this field of work have shown me how much difference ‘caring’ makes, and I’m proud to work alongside them”.
New Irish Consulate General planned to open in the North of England next year, to strengthen the UK-Irish relationship. The consulate, based in Manchester, is planned to open in early 2021.
The Scarborough Gift Card, part of the Town and City Gift Card programme, is being introduced with the hope of protecting the town’s economy during the Covid-19 pandemic. The initiative is supported by local organisations including the Scarborough and District Chamber of Trade and Commerce, Yorkshire Coast Business Improvement District (BID), Scarborough Council and the […]