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Open top tour bus Llandudno

I traveled on the alpine tour bus in Llandudno, my home town. just to get the experience, and i really would recommend this to all. Disability access is available by going though the back entrance, and i was able to get my wheelchair comfortable in area provided. The history that is told while on tour is very interesting. The driver was very helpful. I will take this tour again in the future.

If you have any coronavirus symptoms:

  • a high temperature
  • a new, continuous cough
  • a loss of, or change to, your sense of smell or taste

Get a test and stay at home

What you must do at alert level 4

At alert level 4 you must:

  • Follow social distancing rules with people you don’t live with or who are not in your support bubble.
  • Wear a face covering (if you are able to) in all indoor public places.
  • Stay at home.
  • Not create an extended household (single adults or single parents may join with one other household to form an exclusive support bubble).
  • Meet only the people you live with or your support bubble indoors.
  • Meet only your household or support bubble in private gardens.
  • Meet only your household or support bubble outdoors. 
  • Work from home if you can. 
  • Not travel without reasonable excuse. 
  • Not travel internationally without reasonable excuse.

What can open at alert level 4

  • Schools, colleges and childcare providers (informal childcare should only be essential only).
  • Higher Education Institutions (mix of in-person and remote learning).
  • Places of worship.
  • Community centres – limited opening (for example, for essential public services).
  • Crematoriums
  • Playgrounds and public parks
  • Weddings, in venues that are allowed to be open, and funerals (ceremony limit set by venue).

What must be closed at alert level 4

  • Venues for events and conferences
  • Theatres and concert halls
  • Indoor and outdoor visitor attractions
  • Entertainment venue
  • Wedding reception or wake
  • Sport courts, golf courses
  • Leisure and fitness facilities
  • Outdoor visitor attractions
  • Holiday accommodation (open only if essential only, for example for work or other reasons)
  • Hospitality (except for takeaway and delivery)
  • Close contact services
  • Non-essential retail (click and collect allowed)
  • Licenced premises. Takeaway and delivery only between 6am and 10pm
  • Libraries and archive services (click and collect only)
  • Organised activities limited to public and voluntary services
  • Nightclubs and adult entertainment venues

government rules on parcel deliveries during Covid 19

Citizens Advice has worked with industry to develop this guide to help consumers know what delivery costs they may face when ordering goods online. It will help retailers ensure their delivery charges are transparent and given to consumers as soon as possible in the ordering process. It will help consumers in the UK, in particular those who live in remote communities, to make better choices when buying online.

The 6 principles are that online retailers should:

  • apply delivery surcharges only when they are justified
  • do their best to provide the widest possible delivery coverage
  • ensure that consumers can access clear, timely and transparent delivery policy information at the earliest possible stage in the online buying process
  • work with their carriers to consider how to use delivery options and services to increase the success of first-time delivery
  • aim to provide consumers with other relevant delivery information that they hold when the order is completed and/or dispatched
  • include options for consumers to provide feedback about their delivery experience

The guide contains practical advice for businesses on how to apply the 6 principles to their own delivery systems.

when in every shops please stay safe and allow 2 meters distance and wear your masks where ever you go.

Firebreak Lockdown information

I recently went out to visit Betws y coed and was stopped by the police. They advised me to turn around and go back home and to remain in my local area. If you need to go out for a walk or some fresh air please do so but only locally and do not travel unless is is necessary(see guidance below)

What do you mean by a “firebreak lockdown”?

A short, sharp firebreak has been introduced across Wales to help regain control of coronavirus. This means that a series of restrictive measures will be in place from 6pm Friday 23 October until 12:01am Monday 9 November 2020.

Why is this being done?

The fortnight-long action is needed to save lives and prevent the NHS from being overwhelmed.

Cases of coronavirus have been rising sharply in Wales as the virus has woken up for winter. While the national and local measures put in place across Wales have helped to keep that spread under check, there is a growing consensus that additional action is now needed.

Between October 9 and 15, there were 4,127 new confirmed cases of coronavirus recorded by Public Health Wales, based on positive test results but the real level of infections will be much higher. The number of people admitted to hospital with coronavirus symptoms is growing daily and sadly so too are the number of people dying with coronavirus.

The R number is currently between 1.1 and 1.4, meaning continued exponential growth in the number of cases and the seven-day rolling incidence rate for Wales stands at more than 130 cases per 100,000 population.

What restrictions are in place?

There are 5 main things:

  • people must stay at home, except for very limited purposes
  • people must not visit other households or meet other people they do not live with
  • certain businesses and venues, including bars, restaurants and most shops must close
  • secondary schools can provide learning online only for the week after half-term, other than for children in years seven and eight. Primary schools and childcare settings can remain open.
  • face coverings continue to be mandatory in the indoor public spaces that remain open (subject to certain exemptions and exceptions), including on public transport and in taxis

If you break these new laws:

  • You may be told to go home or removed from where you are and returned home.
  • You could have to pay a fixed penalty notice of £60. This will rise to £120 for the second breach,
  • Or you could have criminal proceedings brought against you, and if found guilty, you will have to pay a fine.

Even where something may be allowed, we ask you not to think about whether it is permitted but whether it is truly necessary and sensible. The purpose of this short lockdown is to create a concerted national effort to do everything we can to stop the spread of coronavirus, and every individual contribution to that counts.

How long will these measures stay in place?

These measures will be in place from 6pm Friday 23 October until the start of Monday 9 November 2020.

What will happen after Monday 9 November?

Following the end of the firebreak, a new set of national rules will be introduced, covering how people can meet and how the public sector and businesses operate.

My area was subject to local restrictions – do these still apply?

No – the firebreak lockdown applies in the same way across Wales.

Damian Plant says “In this please Stay Safe”

Maesdu Golf Club

Maesdu Golf Club Llandudno - North Wales Premier Golf Course

Hospital Rd, Llandudno LL30 1HU

I have recently joined Maesdu Golf Club and become a Social Member.

I can now go in at any time and enjoy their relaxing facilities and I can say for sure that all the staff are brilliant especially a young lady called Beth who really brightened up my day.

If you would like to join and become a Social Member ask to speak to Jane ( 01492 876450) and she will give you an application form and when you become a Social Member you receive an access key fob so you can come and go as you like.

The access into the building and movement around once inside is very Disabled friendly. Access to the toilets are also very good and spacious.

The variety of food is very good and well priced and general opening times are 12pm to 6pm but times may vary during the COVID Lock downs.

Maesdu Golf Club Llandudno - North Wales Premier Golf Course
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