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Covid-19 “Lockdown” Business Info

25/03/2020

As part of the measures announced by Boris Johnson on Monday 23rd March 2020 to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus, many town centre businesses will have to close their doors until further notice.

Below is a summarised list of the exceptions to the new laws:
Supermarkets and other food shops, health shops, pharmacies including non-dispensing pharmacies, petrol stations, bicycle shops, home and hardware shops, launderettes and dry cleaners, garages, car rentals, pet shops, corner shops, newsagents, post offices and banks.
Market stalls selling food and grocery items can also stay open.
Businesses offering food deliveries and take away are also allowed to remain open.

Please see our showing businesses that remain open during lockdown.

Corona Virus (Covid-19) – Local Business Service Changes

19/03/2020

We’ve been working hard at GYTCP to scan social media and other news outlets to stay informed on what changes businesses in Great Yarmouth town centre are
putting in place in response to the corona virus (Covid-19) public health advice. Which are open, which are closed, and those who have changed opening hours or even ways of trading.

Link to Google Sheet: 

Coronavirus (Covid-19) Impact

17/03/2020

BELOW IS A STATEMENT FROM GREAT YARMOUTH BOROUGH COUNCIL REGARDING PLANNED EVENTS AND MEETINGS


Cancellation of Easter Fair (April 16 to 19), Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea (March 22) and postponement of ceremony of Spirit of Enterprise Awards (March 27)

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