The logos of the three organisation involved in funding and organising the Town Centre Recovery Fund in the Harborough district.

Welcome Back!

Harborough District is back open for business!

From Monday 15th June, non-essential retail shops are allowed to reopen following Government guidelines

A range of retailers have re-opened including hardware, home and gift stores, clothing and shoe shops.

From Saturday 4th July more businesses are allowed to open under government guidelines including hairdressers, pubs, restaurants, cafes and tourist attractions

What’s changed?
Graphic to welcome visitors back to the Harborough district

Safety First

Retailers have adapted their stores to be able to welcome you back safely. Depending on the size and layout of the shops, they will have different systems in place to protect customers and staff. These may include one-way systems in place and a limit on the number of people allowed in at one time, so please follow systems the shops have put in place.

Harborough District Council have also put measures in place to help the Town Centres and High Streets open safely. These include High Street Helpers, pavement guidelines, hand sanitiser stations, temporary road closures and parking suspensions.

Find out more
A poster outlining COVID-19 safety measures

Why Shop Local?

  • Support Local Businesses

  • Support Local Jobs

  • Vibrant High Streets

  • Amazing customer service

  • Unique products

  • It goes back into the local economy

A circle logo to promote the Shop Local campaign

Local Retailers

The view down Lutterworth High Street
The view down Market Harborough High Street
Market Harborough

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Customer enjoying tank driving at Armourgeddon
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