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    Faith In Nature

    All-natural beauty brand Faith In Nature ramps up production of its handwash products after seeing demand soar during the coronavirus outbreak, with support from Lloyds Bank.
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    Eko Food

    Eko Food Market has put its investment plan of recently acquired premises in Kent back on track thanks to a Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan from Lloyds Bank.
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    Mayfield Eggs

    Find out how a family-owned free-range egg farm in Oxfordshire diversified its operations to help meet a significant uplift in demand for eggs during the pandemic.
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    Find out how EcoMove recently opened the doors to its flagship store in Bristol and distributes an all-electric, affordable range of mopeds, bikes and step on scooters.
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    Net World Sports

    A global provider of sports equipment is set for further expansion after announcing the acquisition of a new 47-acre site in North Wales.
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    Find out how a Shropshire-based supplier of mobility equipment for people with disabilities has secured its future after lockdown thanks to a Lloyds Bank loan.
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    Hotel Chocolat

    Find out how Hotel Chocolat kept the chocolate flowing when their stores closed by tripling their online sales.
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    Ministry of Furniture

    Find out how the Welsh furniture and graphics group has launched a new range of workplace shielding products to support the country’s safe return to work.
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    Love Teeth

    Dental practice supports NHS as tough times start to bite.
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