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Boyle A Safe Place to Shop


Boyle is Open Again – Shop Local – 

Over 40 Businesses in Boyle participated in a Health and Safety Workshop and Webinar over the last week in preparation to re-open their premises over the coming days and weeks.

The workshops were jointly funded by Boyle Chamber of Commerce & Boyle Town Team supporting the safety and welfare of employers, employees, customers and visitors.

The Chamber and Town Team wish all businesses a smooth return to re-opening and are confident we’ll all support each other and shop local over the coming weeks and months. Again thanks to all those who have been supplying us with essential services during the lockdown and to our very busy tidy town members who are doing such a beautiful job on the flower beds.

Should any business who missed the Workshop wish to obtain a copy of the slides and templates, please e-mail info@boyleenterprise.com

Hello to Boyle Businesses from Boyle Enterprise Centre

We have been asked by Boyle Chamber of Commerce / Boyle Town Team to conduct a “Re-opening Boyle survey”.

The survey comprises of ten questions and will take approx. 5 minutes to complete.

Your feedback will help to highlight common challenges, share ideas, and may also provide promotional opportunities for the town.

The survey is confidential and individual responses will remain private. Survey results will be published in July.


If you have any questions or would like more information please let us know.

We propose to conduct a further survey in August/September to assess how Boyle is doing post Covid.

Thank you for taking the time to complete the survey and we wish you and your employees well

Image courtesy of www.boyletoday.com 

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