As Covid-19 restrictions are slowly lifted by way of a series of pre-published milestone dates that form the government road map we each must assess what it means for us & our families.
It is clear that this individual assessment will result in different approaches by different individuals and indeed families from being very cautious to reverting to what was regarded pre Covid-19 as normal behaviour by some.
Basic hygiene practices that have applied over recent weeks and months like social distancing etc will be challenged by a growing debate both in terms of a clear basic need to get our economy moving again and lessen the impact on our mental health. Two meters versus one meter, who opens next, what happens in our creches and schools, when is it safe to re-visit family in community hospitals & nursing homes will all continue no doubt to lead to rigorous debate & differences of opinion depending on our individual perception of risk & so it should be.
Our re-opening principles
Restaurants like The Church are scheduled to open on the 29th of June.
As a family business with wellness at our core, our highest priority is our duty of care to your health, safety and well-being and that of our team. We have decided that we will re-open on July 3rd but only with the full commitment of our team and community to our cores re-opening principles.
1. Fastidious attention to hygiene and sanitation at every level throughout out the day by our team