Hitchin Nub News backs north Herts businesses - here's why!

  Posted: 08.04.21 at 16:10 by LAYTH YOUSIF @HitchinNubNews

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Hitchin Nub News has consistently supported local businesses in our town and helps promote our 'High Street'.

As lockdown eases many Hitchin businesses are gearing up to fully re-open again - so why not give your business a big Nub News boost!

Why not join the many traders and businesses that have taken advantage of Hitchin Nub News FREE Local List directory and let our readers know about your company - and hopefully gain more work as a result?

Join our free business listings!

So, in these difficult times, when every single customer counts more than ever, why not join our FREE Hitchin Nub News Local List directory and get your businesses seen by our many thousands of readers

If your company isn't on our Local List directory, why not?

After all, it is completely free and will potentially put your business in front of our thousands of readers.

Here is what you have to do to get onto our Local List directory.

To go to the Local List page to enter your details, then just click here.

We will then review your listing as quickly and, when that is done, you are on our Local List.

Joining the Local List community takes minutes and it can lead to lots of new leads and business for you.



We also showcase the many brilliant businesses in our area through our UP CLOSE features.

If you or your business or organisation would like to be featured in a future UP CLOSE please email [email protected] or tweet us @HitchinNubNews

Previous Hitchin Nub News UP CLOSE features:

Matt Bean, owner of Cantina Carnitas

Chris Cheah, owner of Chicken George

Fabio Vincenti, owner of Fabio's Gelato

Simmy and Jhai Dhillon, owners of Rice and Spice

Danny Pearson, Beano comic writer

Hitchin Squirrel Rescue

Hitchin Food Rescue

Adam Howard, organiser BackToSchoolival

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