Many physical shops may be closed, but hundreds of small, independent businesses the length and breadth of the Observer's circulation area are still open or trading via the internet – with many also offering a click and collect service.
They include Notso, a Japanese street food business run by Charlie and Stacey Keet from Bosham, who can usually be spotted at the country’s biggest festivals and events – from Glastonbury to Goodwood. They are now offering takeaways and delivery from Concierge Camping, a campsite owned by Charlie’s parents in West Ashling.
The Observer will be highlighting small traders in a special weekly Open For Business pullout beginning on November 19 - and it's completely free of charge.
We're hugely grateful to Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, whose home is in Chichester and whose support has made this possible.
To be included, businesses should e-mail no more than 60 words about their company and the service/products they offer to Mandy Magee at [email protected] A photograph may also be included.
Please note that entries are subject to space and cannot be guaranteed and businesses must operate within the circulation area of the Chichester Observer, the Midhurst and Petworth Observer or the Bognor Regis Observer.