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Ambridge Ceramics, based in Ripon, has received support from Barclays through the government’s Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS).
Chloe Shakesby

Barclays funding saves Yorkshire dental practice from coronavirus impact

A Yorkshire dental practice has received that it has received funding from Barclays to survive the pandemic lockdown.

Ambridge Ceramics, based in Ripon, has received support from Barclays through the government’s Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS).

Philippa McCurrie, Barclays relationship manager, put together the funding package for the deal.

Mark Ambridge, managing director, commented: “Like many other businesses we’ve been unable to operate during the COVID-19 outbreak and needed some flexible funding in order to continue with our fixed costs during our closure.

“I only recently moved the business account to Barclays so was delighted when they confirmed they would be able to support the business with a CBIL facility and Philippa and her team not only sanctioned the facilities but had the funding in our account within days.”

Philippa added: “Mark and his team operate a fantastic business using technology to provide the latest dental solutions for patients via their client’s dental practices across the UK.

“The CBIL facility will provide security for the future and the flexibility to continue with their fixed payments during these challenging times.”

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