Covid-19 Tier 2 High alert

Dec 29, 2020 | Community News, Council News, COVID-19 Updates

Hoping you have all had a lovely Christmas, in spite of all the restrictions!

As most of you will already know, Cornwall went into Tier 2 on 26th December. Sadly, this now means we can’t socialise indoors, although the “rule of six” still applies to meetings outdoors with people not in our own household or support bubble.

 

This will mean no private indoor gatherings for New Year’s Eve, and anything outdoors must still obey the social distancing rules. Full details of the restrictions are on the government website: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/tier-2-high-alert

For public safety reasons (and in the hope of avoiding Tier 3) no events will be authorised on Millbrook Parish Council property without full council agreement, which will only be given if the organisers have provided a full Covid19 risk assessment and a copy of their public liability insurance. This covers areas around the lake and playing fields, the Tanyard, the car parks and the Stone Quay.

In spite of all that, the councillors and clerk would like to wish everyone a happy New Year, in the hope that 2021 proves kinder to us all than 2020 has been.

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