Shop Darwen launched last week, and it’s been great to see the scheme get started. There are now around 30 independent Darwen town centre businesses taking part – spend £5 or over at any of them, and you can gain entry to a prize draw for a chance of winning £50 worth of Shop Darwen vouchers!
Take a look at who’s involved
Check out the Shop Darwen page to see the full list of participating shops – please note, as more businesses join the campaign, the page will be updated. You will also be able to identify involved businesses when out and about as they will have Shop Darwen branded window stickers and posters. Once you’ve spent £5 or more at any participating business, you will be offered a form – fill this in and then post it in the Shop Darwen postbox located in Darwen Market Annexe by the last day of the month. One winner for each month will be announced by the 7th of the following month – so the first winner will be announced by 7th November.
The more you shop, the bigger your chance of winning!
The more you support and shop at participating independent Darwen businesses, the bigger your chance of winning – for example, if you spend £5 at Corkee, Deli Carlo and The Brookside in one day, you can collect a form from each business. You can find the full terms and conditions on the Shop Darwen page. (A free route to entry is available – more info can be found in the Ts & Cs.)
Follow @shopdarwen on Instagram & use #shopdarwen
Please give @shopdarwen a follow on Instagram and use the hashtag #shopdarwen when posting about participating businesses (whether you’re a shopper or a shop owner), that way it’ll be simple to find out about news and offers from those involved – help share the #shopdarwen love! Updates will also be posted on the Darwen Town Centre Facebook page.
If you own or manage an independent town centre business, it’s not too late to sign up – head to the Shop Darwen page to find out how.
Additionally, it’s important to highlight that Shop Darwen retailers have Covid 19 safety measures in place to help you shop safely. You can help by remembering to be patient and kind when out and about, wearing a mask if you can, keeping a safe distance and regularly washing your hands.