A hospitality business in Llwyncelyn has been required to make improvements to safeguard the public’s health and well-being as part of the coronavirus regulations.
A Premises Improvement Notice has been served to The Moody Cow Farm Shop, Llwyncelyn, Aberaeron by Ceredigion County Council’s Public Protection Officers due to non-compliance with The Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (No. 4) (Wales) Regulations 2020
As part of the Premises Improvement Notice, the premises must ensure that a distance of 2 metres is maintained between people on the premises, provide sufficient information to those entering & working at the premises about how to minimise the risk of exposure to coronavirus, take reasonable measures, including limiting close face-to-face contact, ensure customer contact information is correct and maintain hygiene, control the use of shared facilities and providing and ensuring that face coverings are used by all those working on the premises.
These measures will need to be implemented by 15:00 on 13 December 2020. The full notice can be seen on the Council’s website under Improvement and Closure Notices.
Information for businesses is available on the Council’s website under Supporting Ceredigion’s Economy.
Any business who is unsure of their responsibilities is urged to check the Welsh Government website.
Any business that requires further information or guidance can contact the council’s Licensing Team on 01545 570881 or email@example.com.