Supporting the more than 50 Harrogate businesses still trading during new lockdown in town centre

When the Harrogate Advertiser launched its #supportourindies campaign, designed to shine the spotlight on our vast array of independent shops, cafes and traders we had no idea we would get such a phenomenal response from the town's leaders and businesse

Friday, 13th November 2020, 12:38 pm

With the rules of Lockdown 2.0 a little gentler on businesses than the first one - #supportourindies campaign is designed to shine the spotlight on our local independent shops, cafes, bars and traders still offering an online or takeaways services.

The Fat Badger bar on Cold Bath Road, for example, has just launched a brand-new takeaway classics and Sunday roasts menu, ready for collection or delivery today via:

Still trading for takeaways - Natasha Hawkes and Cheryl Wilsher of Rafi's Spice Box, who are members of Commercial Street Retailers Group in Harrogate.

Today, Thursday, November 12, we are publishing a list (as best we can) of Harrogate town centre businesses still trading in a Covid-safe way.

Please be warned, it is by no means definitive.

If your business is still trading and is NOT on our list and you would like to be featured, please get in touch with us.


Phone: 07803-506455

Or leave us a message on our Facebook page at:

SHOPS open (as normal or click and collect and/or takeaway)

Addyman K Butchers, 20 Commercial Street, Harrogate

Beks Electrical, 1 Commercial Street, Harrogate

Boots, 26-28 Cambridge Street, Harrogate

The Cheeseboard, 1 Commercial Street, Harrogate

Elite Meat, 53-57 High Street, Starbeck, Harrogate

(Order online for home deliveries Thurs/Sat)

Games Crusade, 13 Oxford Street, Harrogate

(01423 566357

Grape Tree Health Foods, Victoria Shopping Centre, Harrogate

Imagined Things bookshop, Westminster Arcade, 4, Parliament Street, Harrogate

Lush handmade cosmetics, 30 Beulah Street, Harrogate

M & S, 18-20 Cambridge Street. Harrogate

(food hall and ladies clothing only)

News & Co Newsagents, 22B Station Parade, Harrogate

NM Money Harrogate (formerly Eurochange), Victoria Shopping Centre, Harrogate

Poundland, Victoria Shopping Centre, Harrogate

Post Office, Victoria Shopping Centre, Harrogate

Rafi's Spicebox, 15 Commercial Street, Harrogate

Tarbett's Fishmongers, 18 Commercial Street, Harrogate

Timpson shoe repairs, 1 Garrick Buildings, Oxford Street, Harrogate

Waterstones book shop, 15 James Street, Harrogate

(online order and collect)

WH Smith, Victoria Shopping Centre, Harrogate

Yorkshire Farmers Meat Company, Oxford Street, Harrogate

CAFES/bars/restaurants/bakers open (for takeaways and/or click and collect)

53 Bo’ Grove Cafe, Grove Road, Harrogate

Bakeri Baltzersens, 2 Garrick Buildings, Oxford Street, Harrogate

Bettys Parliament Street, Harrogate (shop is open but the cafe is closed)

Bettys Harlow Carr, Harrogate (shop is open but the cafe is closed)

Lago di Como cafe, 40 Beaulah Street, Harrogate

Caffe Nero, 2 Beulah Street, Harrogate

Caffe Nero, 6 Cambridge Crsecent, Harrogate

Costa, 11 Beulah Street, Harrogate

The Fat Badger, Cold Bath Road, Harrogate

Graveleys of Harrogate – Fish & Chips, 8-12 Cheltenham Parade, Harrogate

Major Tom's Social bar, 3 The Ginnel, Harrogate

Mama Doreen's Emporium, 9-11 Station Square, Harrogate

Marconi, Princes Square, Harrogate

North Bar, 2D, Oxford Buildings, Cheltenham Parade

(email/phone or message in advance then collect)

Roosters Brewing Co Taproom, Unit H5, Fifth Avenue, Hornbeam Park Ave, Harrogate

Sasso, Princes Square, Harrogate

The Deli Bar Harrogate, Regent Parade, Harrogate

Truffles Cafe, 22 Station Parade, Harrogate

William & Victoria restaurant, 6 Cold Bath Road, Harrogate

Harrogate Advertiser's #supportourindies campaign

We are inviting our independent traders to get in touch with us so we can do our bit to help spread the word and give them a helping hand in promoting their business through lockdown.

We want to champion the positive things we can all do to help the the town’s economy overcome these troubled times.

Please contact us and let us know what you are doing and we will add you to our list of operational businesses online.


Or leave us a message on our Facebook page at:

A message from the Editor

Thank you for reading this story on our website. While I have your attention, I also have an important request to make of you.

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Our journalists are highly trained and our content is independently regulated by IPSO to some of the most rigorous standards in the world. But being your eyes and ears comes at a price. So we need your support more than ever to buy our newspapers during this crisis.

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