With longer days, sunnier times ahead and the easing of certain restrictions, it’s a positive sight to see so many of Ceredigion’s businesses reopen and our beautiful coast and countryside being enjoyed and appreciated.

Ceredigion County Council are working together with Dyfed Powys Police to remind both residents and visitors that we all need to remember the key points to keep our county open and Covid-19 infection rates low.

Keeping a social distance, wearing a face covering and washing hands regularly are vital to enjoy Ceredigion responsibly and to keep our county safe

Over the Easter weekend, some areas in Ceredigion were visited by a large number of people. We thank those who were following rules, however, are dissapointed with some individuals who were not. With the tourism season starting, the opening of outdoor hospitality and attractions on 26 April and another bank holiday soon approaching at the start of May, both businesses and individuals are asked to be mindful of their actions.

Any business who is unsure of their responsibilities is urged to check the guidance on the Welsh Government’s website:
www.gov.wales/taking-all-reasonable-measures-minimise-risk-exposure-coronavirus-workplaces-and-premises-open .

Businesses can download guidance and public information posters from the Council’s website: www.ceredigion.gov.uk/business/covid-19-supporting-ceredigion-s-economy .

We are all looking forward to opportunities to enjoy our wonderful county and support our fantastic local businesses, so let’s all be mindful to do so in the right way.

To report a possible breach of covid-19 measures, go to the Dyfed-Powys Police website: www.dyfed-powys.police.uk/tua/tell-us-about/c19/v7/tell-us-about-a-possible-breach-of-coronavirus-covid-19-measures/