Following the recent lockdown restrictions within Greater Sydney, Singleton Council and Singleton Business Chamber have decided to join forces to support businesses within the local area. 

Council and the business chamber says the impacts of the Sydney lockdown ripple into Singleton with travel restrictions affecting suppliers as well as customers from the city. 

The Business Supporting Business initiative has been reinstated for the fourth time since the initial lockdown last year and allows businesses to apply for $250 worth of Spend in Singleton gift vouchers that allows businesses to purchase essential supplies from other local businesses. 

Singleton Council and Business Chamber are confident that in its fourth round the Business Supporting Business program is an efficient way that has been tried and tested to keep businesses afloat. 

A one-on-one information session will be held on Wednesday 4th August and Wednesday 11th August in order for businesses to access information and support personal to them. 

These sessions are in an effort to seek clarification of what support business are after and an opportunity to ask any questions that businesses may have. 

Singleton Council Business Support Project Coordinator
Katrina Crawford and Singleton Business Chamber president Sue Gilroy