MANY businesses who are now unable to allow customers into their stores are offering delivery services in order to keep a vital flow of profits to see them through the third national lockdown.

Others, such as food stores still remain open to the public.

Dalton Road businesses who are allowed to welcome in customers include Home Bargains, Wellfed Community Grocer, Poundland and the European Food Store.

On Rawlinson Street you will find the Charming Deli Food Shop, Batty's Off Licence and Tesco.

Heron Foods on Portland Walk, Wilko on Duke Street and LBG Ghuman LTD on Buccleuch Street are also open to shoppers.

For those who are unable to leave their homes, or would like to reduce their contact with people in stores, people can organise food deliveries from Pete's Fruit and Veg, Sillfield's Farm Foods, Tuk's Thai Foods and N&S Rhodes Butchers, who are all based in Barrow's Indoor market.

NC Meats on Dalton Road and Masons Butchers on Rawlinson Street are also at hand to help customers.

Looking for support as they trade online and over the phone are Discount Footwear and Fascinators, For Any Occasion, The Wool Baa, Rock'n'Rose, Pets Paradise, All That Glitters and Jenny Stiches, all based in Barrow Market.

Cumbria Sewing and Embroidery, Expressions and Heath's can be found on Dalton Road.

Barrow Bird and Pet Centre and Special Occasions on Crellin Street, Baby Bitz and Board Nerds on Cavendish Street and Cinders Clothing Agency and Raggz on Scott Street, are also looking for much needed backing by Barrow shoppers.