Coronavirus (Covid-19): service updates, support and health advice.

National rules and restrictions during coronavirus can be found on GOV.UK

Guidance on attending events

During the Covid-19 pandemic, holding, attending or celebrating events might not be possible or need careful thought and planning.

We want you to be able to enjoy yourselves but staying safe and protecting everyone is our priority.

Rules from 12 April onward

The ‘Rule of Six’ will apply outdoors. No indoor mixing with those not from your household. These facilities can reopen:

  • non-essential retail
  • personal care (e.g. hair salons, barbers, nail salons)
  • indoor leisure facilities (e.g. gyms, swimming pools, leisure centres)
  • self-contained holiday accommodation (for people from one household/support bubble only)
  • outdoor hospitality
  • outdoor attractions (outdoor zoos, adventure parks, funfairs, theme parks, water parks, etc)

Read the full list of restrictions on GOV.UK

How children and young people can have fun while sticking to the rules:

  • meet up with family or friends in the park for a picnic (up to six people from six different households or more if they’re from a maximum of two households)
  • have a barbecue in your garden
  • visit a local outdoor tennis or basketball court and play a few games
  • go on a new walking route you haven’t been on before
  • notice how the seasons are changing
  • spot new flowers and animals whilst out and about
  • go swimming at your local leisure centre
  • visit a climbing wall
  • hire a sports court and play a racket game
  • find a restaurant or café that’s serving outdoor food and enjoy a nice meal
  • visit a zoo or farm and see your favourite animals (Grimsbury Farm is open)
  • if you can, go away for a few days and stay in self-contained accommodation
  • meet a group of friends or family in the park*
  • host a family barbecue*

* up to six people or more from a maximum of two households

Follow the Covid-19 rules and keep everyone safe.

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