As of Friday 30th October, Nottingham is in tier 3 of the Governments COVID-19 restrictions. Here's what you can and can't do under the new rules.
Following close discussions with local leaders, the whole of Nottinghamshire, comprising the 9 districts of Ashfield, Bassetlaw, Broxtowe, Gedling, Mansfield, Newark and Sherwood, Nottingham and Rushcliffe, have now moved from local COVID alert level high to very high as of 00.01 on Friday 30th October.
Despite the latest restrictions, there is still plenty that you CAN do in the city centre. Shopping, dining out, ice skating and many more are included in the list of activities that can still be enjoyed safely. Browse an updated list of which businesses are open for you to visit on our helpful directory maps. Click HERE to get started.
A substantial meal is any meal that would be your main midday or evening meal. This excludes snacks such as a sausage rolls, a piece of cake or a pork pie for example. Dishes listed on a menu under 'lunch' or 'mains' will mostly qualify as a substantial meal.
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