A NETWORKING club which allows businesses to share support and advice has made the move online to ensure it can continue.

The group has been running in Northwich since September after being set up by Gadbrook Park based firm Howard Worth Chartered Accountants, which acts as a group coordinator.

The firm was keen to continue this valuable networking community, and in the first online meeting, business discussed how they have coped and adapted since lockdown.

Amy Furlong, a solicitor at Moss Haselhurst, explained how their practice had managed to find new ways of getting legal documents signed whilst still adhering to social distancing measures.

And Nicola Woodhouse, of She Could Sew She Did, explained how she had been hosting online teaching courses as well as creating a range of washable face masks.

Speaking about the online move, Dawn Beschorner, director of business development and client services at Howard Worth, said: “Obviously things have changed quite a bit since our last event in March.

“As accountants and business advisers, we appreciate how challenging the situation is for the vast majority of local businesses.

“Bearing this in mind, we want to encourage any business owners or professionals who would like to network in a relaxed, social atmosphere on Zoom to register for our next event on July 9.”

To register, visit howardworth.co.uk/event/virtual-social-business-networking-july-9th/ or call 01606 369000.