Truro BID

Reopening of non-essential retail

Updated 7 January

During the first national lockdown, the Prime Minister confirmed non-essential retail was able to re-open on 15th June, providing they meet COVID-19 secure guidelines. 

We are currently in a third national lockdown with only essential retail and hospitality businesses offering takeaway food and drink being able to trade.

The COVID-19 guidance (which is constantly being updated) is to help employers, employees and the self-employed understand how to work safely if you can open and to reduce the risk of spreading the virus. If you are able to trade, please ensure that you:

 

Social Distancing Posters

During the first reopening phase we produced some downloadable social distancing posters which can be displayed on your windows or instore if you are able to trade. These are: We are open, Please wash your hands regularly, Please pay by contactless where possible and Signs to help manage queues. 

We also developed with Visit Truro some 'please wear a face covering' shop window posters see: poster one, poster two and poster three. These can be downloaded and printed off for business premises.

Please get in touch with Truro BID by emailing alun.jones@trurobid.co.uk if you have any concerns, issues or require further support.