The Drunken Sailor Tattoo Parlour


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What Is The Business Of The Drunken Sailor Tattoo Parlour ?

The Drunken Sailor Tattoo Parlour is a Body Piercing provider based in Newquay. You can contact them on 01637 850400

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

The products and services that The Drunken Sailor Tattoo Parlour provides  can be found at the location 60 East Street, Newquay, TR7 1BE or by calling 01637 850400

What Other Businesses Are In Newquay ?

You can find other businesses and companies in Newquay here and other business in Cornwall here

Newquay is a area in Cornwall in the South West Of England

You can also find other businesses who are Body Piercing in Cornwall here or search all of the businesses on WozUp South West here

Tell Me More About Newquay


Arguably the liveliest town on the north coast, Newquay caters for young revellers and families alike. Great surfing, lots of busy pubs and cafes and a hub for surf lifestyle shopping.

What is Wozup South West?

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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 website for more information on the Small Business Grant Fund and the Retail, Hospitality and Leisure Grant Fund.

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