Page Updated: 05.01.2021
From Tuesday 5 January everyone must stay at home.
National Lockdown Guidance can be found here.
Guidance from the Government has been published and information on the new national restrictions and the financial support available is available here.
Visit England have a dedicated hub on Business Advice as well as a programme of online webinars to help tourism understand the restrictions and to help businesses operate through Covid-19.
To support businesses as they work towards re-opening and welcoming customers, the 'We’re Good To Go’ COVID-19 industry standard and consumer mark is now available to provide a ‘ring of confidence’ for businesses, attractions and destinations as well as reassurance to local residents and visitors that clear processes are in place and that businesses are good to go. We would encourage all businesses take part in this consumer mark, sign up for FREE here.
Welcome to Yorkshire have launched a Welcome to Yorkshire Industry recovery plan as well as new and exciting schemes to help reopen businesses including a new affiliate membership scheme offering free support and resources. We would encourage all businesses to become a Yorkshire Affiliate Member, sign up for FREE here.
The Government has announced that grant funding is to be made available to cover the second national lockdown.
Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council will be releasing information on how you can apply for grant funding as soon as they receive guidance from Government.
Once we have the system in place to accept applications, they will share this on there business finance support page.
If you are a business with concerns or queries, more information is available from the council’s website and on the Business Redcar | Cleveland site.
If you would like to contact a member of the Enjoy Redcar | Cleveland team please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07970313881
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