A surprise gift can go a long way to show someone how much you care, and these local businesses are providing letterbox gifts straight to people's doors
Cheeky Slabs - www.cheekyslabs.com
The minds behind Cheeky Slabs say: “Slabs are a fun alternative to a card... I mean, cards are great but they don’t taste as good as a cheeky little slab!”
Also described as sweet and sweary chocolate slabs, they aren’t for everyone. But make a fun gift.
Deelux Happiness - www.deeluxhappiness.com
Would you like to spread happiness and positivity to your friends and family? Deelux Happiness is one such company to help you let others know that you care with their unique pick-me-up gifts, made locally in Chorley.
The story behind Deelux Happiness dates back to 2008. Since then, their goal has been to spread a little happiness and positivity to those who need it by creating a number of hand-crafted gifts with a personal touch. The selection includes the Hug In A Box, Box Of Love, Happiness, Treat Yourself, Mini, Just For You and Hot Chocolate. Each letterbox parcel comes with its individual assortment of hand-crafted gifts.
Letterbox Treats by Brinnie - www.facebook.com/Letterbox-Treats-by-Brinnie-102159564850588
Letterbox Treats by Brinnie is a hug you can post. And we all need a few extra hugs at the moment!
A letterbox treat will help celebrate those special occasions, remind loved ones that you care or order one simply as a treat for yourself. Each box is created to suit the recipient and occasion - such as birthdays, sympathy, supportive etc.
Just send a message and Brinnie will take you through the process.
The cost of each box is £10 and you can add a card/postcard for £1. Delivery is £1 within the FY1 - FY8 areas. Anywhere else is £2.50.
The Bellflower - www.facebook.com/The-Bellflower-274698269378687/
Not strictly a company, but The Bellflower pub in Garstang is giving something back to their community and trying to bring a smile to everyone in these difficult times.
They are selling Rainbow Packs, the proceeds of which go towards the Community Unity Fund. The fund supports their neighbours in various ways including the Covid-19 crisis centre and foodbank.