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Tourism and hospitality is opening up. What can I expect?

With the full reopening of pubs and restaurants, and an option to ease social distancing among family and friends, many will be planning a holiday this half term holiday. We’re answering your commonly asked questions on what to expect this holiday season.

Posted on: 19 May 2021 | Posted in: Business and Economy
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Residents and visitors asked to ‘stick with us – follow the rules and do the right thing’ as holiday peak hits the south west

As schools close for the summer and the holiday season gets fully underway, the South West is calling on residents and visitors alike to play their part in keeping the region COVID-safe this summer.

Posted on: 17 July 2020 | Posted in: Health and Wellbeing
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New guidance produced for visitors to the South West

Tourism businesses, public health and local authorities from across the South of England have banded together in a broad partnership to produce guidance for visitors about COVID-19.

Posted on: 3 July 2020 | Posted in: Business and Economy
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Lead agencies urge the public to stay safe this weekend

As lockdown restrictions ease further this weekend, senior politicians, public health and Police leads are urging the Devon public to stay safe.

Posted on: 3 July 2020 | Posted in: Community
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Think Twice before you visit SW countryside or beaches urge LRF leaders

Issued on behalf of the Devon and Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Local Resilience Forum With the slight relaxation of lockdown, the South West is warning would-be tourists, second home owners and visitors to the region to ‘think twice’ aboutaaa

Posted on: 14 May 2020

Please stay where you are – the plea from tourism, councils and the police

Local government, tourism organisations including the National Parks and the police are working together to reinforce the message to stay at home and avoid tourist hot spots this coming weekend.

Posted on: 7 May 2020 | Posted in: Business and Economy
Dartmouth waterfront

South West key workers thank you for staying away this bank holiday

Over 100,000 key workers in the South West will join forces this bank holiday to say “thank you” to every member of the public who has stayed away from tourist hot spots this year and issue a plea to localaaa

Posted on: 6 May 2020
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