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Isle of Anglesey County Council

Business support - Coronavirus COVID-19

Isle of Anglesey County Council, the Welsh Government and UK Government are working to support businesses through the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak.

This is a grant to provide financial assistance for recently established businesses that are facing operational and financial challenges as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak but are unable to access the other main grant schemes.


This grant is now closed to new applications.

The Welsh Government has introduced two non-repayable grants that are linked to the business rates payable properties. These grants will be administered by the Isle of Anglesey County Council for businesses on the Island and we will process them as soon as possible.

If you are a self-catering business, please read the guidance information within the web page.

Grant information

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is now open for applications - Claim for 80% of your employee’s wages plus any employer National Insurance and pension contributions, if you have put them on furlough because of coronavirus (COVID-19).

Further information can be found here.

Development Bank of Wales, Economic Resilience Fund, Welsh Government Business Grants, Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, Business Interruption Loan Scheme, protection for business who miss rent payments, Statutory Sick Pay Support.

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A list of  main Business Support Schemes available on Anglesey.

The fund will provide additional financial support during the coronavirus pandemic. It will help to address gaps not met by schemes already announced by the UK Government, Welsh Government and Development Bank of Wales.

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Retail, leisure and hospitality businesses who are occupying a property with a rateable value of £500,000, or less on 1 April 2020, will receive 100% business rate relief.

This will apply for the rate year 2020/21 only. 


We have a list of answers to some frequently asked questions in relation to business support during the COVID-19 outbreak.

This document has been produced by the Welsh Government.


Holiday accommodation businesses can open for any purpose specifically requested by the Welsh Ministers or Local Authorities.

These purposes could include providing accommodation for key workers, those who have been displaced or are homeless, or providing accommodation for health patients. 

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You can now use the UK Government business support finder to see what  support is available for you and your business during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. You may be eligible for:

  • loans
  • tax relief
  • grants 

Find out more here.

Welsh Government Guidance to help tourism and hospitality businesses safely re-open during the coronavirus pandemic.