TWO Northwich businesses have been praised for agreeing to help each other out as more visitors begin to return to the town.

Spatial Sound and Vision and charity Care UK are located on either side of Chesterway near the junction with London Road, and have struck a partnership which will benefit both parties going forward.

Care UK has agreed to let Spatial customers park in their car park, while Spatial will donate spare electrical goods to the charity on an ongoing basis to give them extra stock.

The arrangement has been praised by Northwich BID manager Jane Hough, who says that she isn’t surprised to see businesses in the town working together in this way.

“It was great to hear about the arrangement and hopefully both businesses will benefit greatly from this partnership going forward,” she said.

“Spatial customers will now have much more time and space to park, while Care UK will receive much-needed electrical items that they will be able to distribute or repurpose.

“This news provides further evidence that our businesses are community-orientated and clearly willing to go the extra mile to help each other out.

“It is that kind of mindset that will help Northwich recover from the impact of Covid-19 over the months ahead.”

Gary Woodward, store manager at Spatial, added his thanked to Care UK for helping his store out and says that he is looking forward to welcoming customers through the doors over the summer.

“I’d just like to say a massive thank you to Care UK for agreeing to let us use their car park,” he said.

“It will be much easier for our customers to park there and safer too.

“It has been a difficult few weeks, but thankfully we are back open now and can also make appointments if customers feel more comfortable with this.

“We are in the process of introducing new social media pages too, but we will be revealing more about these in the coming weeks.”