Seeneys Pet Supplies

Seeneys Pet Supplies | Weston-On-The-Green | Animal Feeds in Weston-On-The-Green on Wozup

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What Is The Business Of Seeneys Pet Supplies?

Seeneys Pet Supplies is a Animal Feeds located at Manor Farm Northampton Road, Weston-On-The-Green, Bicester, OX25 3QL. They can be contacted at 01869 350816 or by the website https://www.seeneyspetsupplies.co.uk/

The business is based in Weston-On-The-Green in the County of Oxfordshire.

Does The Business Have A Website Where I Can Have A Look At Their Products And Services?

You can find the products and services at the website https://www.seeneyspetsupplies.co.uk/ or by calling 01869 350816

What Other Businesses Are In Weston-On-The-Green?

You can find other businesses and companies in Weston-On-The-Green here and other businesses in Oxfordshire here

If you are looking for other Animal Feed company locations then you can find Animal Feed here

Find out more about Weston-On-The-Green

Weston-On-The-Green is a town that is located in Oxfordshire in England.

Wigod of Wallingford held the manor of Weston at the time of the Norman conquest of England.Wigod died shortly after the conquest, leaving his estates including Weston to his son-in-law, the Norman baron Robert D’Oyly.Weston descended via Robert’s younger brother Nigel D’Oyly to his nephew Robert (II) D’Oyly, who in 1129 founded the Augustinian Osney Abbey and included Weston parish church among its endowments.He or his heirs granted parts of the manor lands at Weston to Osney Abbey, including six virgates given by Robert (II)’s wife Edith and son Henry, and confirmed by his grandson Henry (II) D’Oyly.[2]

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Update on COVID-19 Grant Funding - 25 August

The government has announced that unclaimed grant funding under the Small Grant and Retail, Hospitality and Leisure Grant schemes must be returned by local authorities to the Treasury by 31 August.

This means that eligible businesses which haven’t claimed yet could lose out. There is currently £1.5bn of £12bn funding unclaimed.

The funding is in the form of a grant and therefore non-repayable. Businesses who meet the eligibility criteria for the schemes do not have been closed during the lockdown period or even adversely affected.

Members who have a business rates liability should check the government eligibility criteria here. even if you do not actually pay business rates due to being relieved under the Small Business Rates Relief scheme.

Click here to visit the Gov.uk website for more information on the Small Business Grant Fund and the Retail, Hospitality and Leisure Grant Fund.

Click here to visit the Gov.uk website for more information on the Local Authority Discretionary Grant Fund.