OK, you get it, I know. You understand the logic behind supporting local businesses. It makes sense after all – their money will circulate locally to other local suppliers. They will spend locally on houses, cars, and restaurants. They will advertise, sponsor, and invest locally. In general, a local business and its ownership will directly […]
Meg Devan is the original Local Yokel in East London, she is chock-full of passion for our City and really cares for each and every business here. Read a few of her words below.
This local charity group is facilitated by Llynne Matthews and does FANTASTIC work in our community, read on for their story. Thanks Llynne for sharing your story.
Our journey with animal welfare began in 2018.
Most, if not all, small, locally owned businesses are struggling during the COVID-19 Crisis and the lock downs being enforced around the world. Read on for some information about possible sources of financial assistance that East London locally owned businesses may be able to access.
We have many benefits available to our Project members, but one of our favourite events is the Vocal Local Breakfasts that we organise.
We thought we’d give you an article focusing on our website. How it works, what the hits are, what the searches are, etc. We’ll make it an easy read. If you own a business and are based in East London, make sure that you join the Project and expose your business to this fantastic opportunity!
Sitting in our home during this lockdown has given me a better perspective of Supporting Local. I’m not saying it has not been a huge part of my life and my mission in life. But it’s just made me want to shake someone and make sure they understand it! This is a post about my […]
I could start off by saying “Why Not?”, but I won’t. I’ll rather spend some time telling you about ourselves and about the benefits that we can bring to your business. The Local Yokel Project is a registered Non-Profit Organisation. Our aim is to educate consumers and local businesses on the need to support each […]