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  1. I will be on the phone to the council first thing. But I suspect it's 15th June but rules can be broken can't they Dom??
  2. I found exactly the same with my son's football club years ago. I was willing to do the orders at cost to help the club. So I pulled him out of the club to a new one & he enjoyed playing for them & he & we made some great friends
  3. I've spoken to an insurance assessor with 35 years experience to look at my policy. & to appoint & act on my behalf we had good chat about this situation. In his opinion if your not covered on your policy in time compensation will probably be given. He mentioned one chap who has 3 night clubs in London his insurance has said no your not covered. He has given them until weds next week then he will sue the insurance company. This is just the tip of the iceberg the government he says will be leaning on these insurance company's so fingers crossed!
  4. I was told the other day my grant money would take up 2 weeks & I would be contacted to verify so I've been expecting a phone call or email. Checked me bank this morning & it's been paid. Probably didn't need to be verified as the council have a trade account with me so already have my bank details. So wait for June now for self employed entitlement. Good luck guys & stay safe we can do this & remember your customers you've had for years won't be able to go elsewhere because your closed
  5. @grahamparker Google valuation office & enter your business address & it should be listed with rateable value & print off
  6. We could also recive this as well as the grant fingers crossed WE CAN DO THIS
  7. Here it is doesn't say up to £10k it is £10k I've spoken to my local council they have confirmed I qualify they will contact me early April to ask for my bank details then transfer
  8. Yes was £3k now £10k if you qualify for 100% rate relief
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