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VisitEngland launches latest edition of the Pink Book

VisitEngland launches latest edition of the Pink Book

Now in its eleventh edition, ‘The Pink Book: Legislation for tourist accommodation and attractions’ provides guidance for running an accommodation business and an attraction – from food hygiene and health and safety to business management and tax. Tourism Minister Nigel Huddleston MP said: “The Pink Book is an important resource to help our accommodation providers...

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Updated Test and Trace Guidance

Updated Test and Trace Guidance

The guidance for test and trace requirements has been updated for businesses that are allowed to open. Points of note in the guidance are: Staff at a venue should check customers phone screens to ensure they have successfully checked in. You do not need to ask for contact details for people whose visit is for...

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PM’s statement confirms step 2 of roadmap starts on 12 April

PM’s statement confirms step 2 of roadmap starts on 12 April

In his statement on 5 April, the Prime Minister confirmed that from Monday 12 April, England will move to step 2 of its roadmap, as the ‘four tests’ for easing COVID restrictions had been met. You can see the updates to guidance on (COVID-19) Coronavirus restrictions: what you can and cannot do (England) here.  Outdoor...

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Increased Test and Trace requirements from 29 March

Increased Test and Trace requirements from 29 March

The Test And Trace guidance has been changed to state that from 29 March 2021, every customer or visitor should be asked to scan the NHS QR code or provide their name and contact details, not just a lead member. This requirement applies to England: Tourism and leisure, including holiday parks, cinemas and amusement arcades Hospitality,...

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New guidance on outdoor sports and facilities

New guidance on outdoor sports and facilities

New guidance has been issued related to the relaxation of rules on social contact that come into effect on Monday 29 March as part of Step 1b. This relaxation of social contact rules to allows people to meet in groups of up to six people or two separate households. This allows the restarting of certain...

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Clarity for parks on Step 2 of the reopening roadmap

Clarity for parks on Step 2 of the reopening roadmap

The UK Government has published the Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (Steps) (England) Regulations 2021 in relation to the roadmap steps. Along with this, DCMS has shared some clarity on guidance on the reopening of accommodation and facilities in England. From Step 2, no earlier than 12 April, separate and self-contained accommodation will be open for leisure stays. This...

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Wales eases lockdown with pre-Easter parks opening

Wales eases lockdown with pre-Easter parks opening

The Welsh Government has announced a relaxation of lockdown, with stay-local guidance replacing “stay home”. Non-essential shops remain closed until 12 April, although garden centres can reopen from 22 March. First Minister Mark Drakeford also said self-contained accommodation would be allowed to reopen from 27 March, as long as cases remained low, thus providing a...

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ICO produces toolkit for businesses using data analytics

ICO produces toolkit for businesses using data analytics

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has produced a toolkit for organisations considering using data analytics, especially if your business is at the beginning of your data analytics project lifecycle. It will help such businesses to recognise some of the central risks to the rights and freedoms of individuals created by the use of data analytics...