Members Tools & Information
This page is dedicated to tools for our members during COVID-19 throughout the United Kingdom. The NFRN are here to help and will provide regular updates and information for members on this page.
The NFRN have released a risk assessment guide to help businesses consider the new risks we are seeing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Metropolitan police have released crime prevention advice for commercial premises as stores begin to reopen.
The NFRN have released a guide to help support members in the Republic of Ireland during these unprecedented times.
The NFRN have released two new guides to help struggling members during the Coronavirus pandemic.
The NFRN’s innovative campaign to encourage shoppers to use their local shops more has gained support from some leading magazine titles.
Yet more suppliers have been pledging support for independent retailers who are facing severe hardship as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
Registration Opens For Virgin Radio And The Sun’s Big Thank You Tour As The Sun’s Who Cares Wins Appeal Hits £1m!
Retail workers invited to register for free tickets to Virgin Radio’s and The Sun’s Big Thank You Tour.
A grateful retailer has thanked the Federation of Independent Retailers (NFRN) after being one of the first members to receive financial support from the Covid-19 Hardship Fund.
Today (29th April 2020) we are launching our Shop Local Shop Little Heroes awards to recognise the selfless superstars who have gone above and beyond for their customers and communities during the coronavirus pandemic.
Hampshire police have released scam awareness flyers outlining the most common scams being seen at the moment.
The Federation of Independent Retailers’ (NFRN’s) National President Stuart Reddish has written to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) concerning “significant unilateral reductions in ATM transaction fees paid to retailers by Cardtronics”, under the guise of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Contributions from key supplying partners have sent the NFRN’s Covid-19 Hardship Fund soaring to £200,000 in just under three weeks.