Gloucester Road traders urged to sign up to online link

February 01 2013

A Facebook page has been set up by a local shop owner for the Gloucester Road community.

Gloucester Road traders urged to sign up to online link

A Facebook page has been set up by a local shop owner for the Gloucester Road community.

Eva Fernandes is a member of the Gloucester Road Traders’ Committee, and also owns and runs Gloucester Road shop Born, which sells ethically-sourced products for babies.

The Facebook page – Gloucester Road Bristol – currently has just over 130 “likes” and is used regularly to update the community on news and issues happening on Gloucester Road. Eva has invited Gloucester Road’s traders to participate in the Facebook page, allowing them to keep in touch with their shoppers.

She said: “Facebook is an open place for people to share and talk about things. Gloucester Road is a community-focused area, so Facebook is an ideal platform for people who want to interact and talk."

To become part of Gloucester Road’s interaction page head to  www.facebook.com/Gloucesterroadbristol.