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‘It’ll be a year before things get better’ - Businesses reflect on recovery prospects

PUBLISHED: 15:53 22 June 2020 | UPDATED: 16:40 22 June 2020

Emma Jarvis from the Hair Base says she's expecting it to be a full year before her business might recover, even with the government's business interruption grant. Picture: James Bass

Emma Jarvis from the Hair Base says she's expecting it to be a full year before her business might recover, even with the government's business interruption grant. Picture: James Bass

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A seaside council has provided financial support to almost nine-tenths of the borough’s businesses over the course of the pandemic, but 70pc say it will take them longer than six months to recover.

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