Conservative Party Chairman visits Warrington South local businesses

Warrington South is back open for business with shops, restaurants, pubs and tourist attractions all welcoming visitors back as lockdown restrictions ease.

After the Prime Minister announced the next steps on the road to recovery, Amanda Milling MP was invited to Warrington South constituency as part of a tour of the North West to see how businesses have adapted to provide a safe environment for customers and staff after three months in lockdown.

The Conservative Party Co-Chairman Amanda Milling visited the new Warrington market which only opened its doors to customers on the 6th July. The market has proved to be a huge success so far with lots of traders stunned by its popularity, buying more and more stock each day. 

Speaking about the visit, Amanda said:

I’d like to thank Warrington Conservatives and MP Andy Carter for the tour of the new state-of-the-art market to see how they have adapted under new guidelines. It is great to see that it has been a huge success for the Town so far.

Throughout this crisis the Government has protected millions of jobs and livelihoods, but now is the time to get businesses back on their feet and kickstart the economy in the region.

Our plan for jobs is about supporting and creating jobs, boosting growth and aiding our economic recovery from coronavirus. We promised to level up towns across the North West and we remain committed to doing just that. 

Commenting on the visit, Andy Carter said: 

We have some fantastic local independent businesses here in Warrington. Businesses which are at the heart of our community. Speaking to the likes of Hancock and Wood who are one of the oldest retailers in the town, and Steve at Moran’s of Warrington I know just how hard it has been and it’s great to see them thriving again.

Those involved in the new market hall have done a fantastic job to get ready for reopening and this is telling in the amount of custom that is already coming through the door. I would encourage more people to get out and support them to get the great British high-street back on its feet.

And as we start the process of recovery from Covid-19 I’m determined to bring more investment to Warrington.