The Yoga Shed, Crieff, Hoping to Reopen with REDS Funding

Rebecca Dearman runs The Yoga Shed in Crieff with her partner, Ronnie. The Yoga Shed is very much a community hub used by a broad range of other micro-businesses to deliver classes and community groups. They are concerned how to reopen and balance the additional cleaning & PPE costs and reduced class numbers against the risk of losing their clients. A REDS grant would enable Rebecca to re-open the The Yoga Shed and keep rates at a price that is viable for her customers to also get back to work, having a positive impact on a cluster of micro-enterprises that rely on this business.

Rebecca says, “If we were to receive a REDS grant it would mean we could re-open The Yoga Shed and offer viable rates to our customers to rent the space, kickstarting business activity for more than 10 other enterprises in our local area.”

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