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If you are in need of some retail therapy this lockdown, click the links below to see which local businesses are still operating online. Our businesses need your support so please remember to shop local.
If you have birthdays and celebrations coming up, and you have family members who are impossible to buy for, why not get them a Canterbury Gift Card which allows them shop in over 100 (and counting!) different city centre businesses once the city is safe to reopen.
#iPledge – Get to know your local….
Each week through lockdown we will be interviewing owners of a local business so we can get to know more about the person behind the counter / bar / table / mask. Please visit our Facebook page and join the #iPledge Campaign to show support for our local businesses.
#iPledge is brought to you through the RHSS Partnership:
Each week, we’re asking you to join us to show support for Canterbury’s businesses by pledging to visit once restrictions are lifted.
Your #iPledge lets our businesses know you are thinking of them during these tough times. Add your #iPledge on MyCanterbury’s social media page here and you might win this fantastic competition! T’s & C’s
Planning Your Visit
Click here to view: CITY CENTRE SHOPPING MAP
Toilets: The following council owned toilets are currently open: Canterbury Lane, Tower Way, Canterbury Cemetery and Whitefriars. The toilet in Fenwick is also open.
Click here to link to the Council’s PARKING GUIDE
Park and Ride:
Services will stop on Friday 6 November. Sturry Road and Wincheap will be closed completely. New Dover Road will stay open for parking only, at a charge of 50p a day, for people who want to walk or cycle into the city.