Non Essential Shopping

Phased Plan to make Cardiff a safer place to shop started today 22/06/2020 throughout Cardiff.

You can read the full article from the Governments Website Here:

https://www.cardiffnewsroom.co.uk/releases/c25/24135.html?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=SocialSignIn&utm_content=COVID-19
Do consider the following before venturing out especially if you are disabled or elderly consider the following factors in which there may be longer periods of waiting time to enter these shops with long delays and queue’s.

So if you are disabled and cannot stand for long lengths of time and have trouble walking, as a lot of parking spaces and roads will be closed off, plan your journey carefully in advance.


Shops will be adhering to all reasonable measures to maintain physical distancing duties to include the two meter rule to safeguard their staff and their customers.
Local Shops such as the popular Mens Designer Clothing Retailer ‘7Clothing’ have gone as far as sterilising their premises and merchandise using the company ‘Clean Shield 360’ You can view ‘7Clothing’ Wellfield Road Cardiff video here: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=665071327377968

Safety Signage and Limiting Customer Numbers

For customer guidance installed safety signage will be prominent in stores. This will include instruction around social distancing measures, hand sanitisation stations and directional signage to help manage the flow of customers. Some shops may limit the number of customers shopping at any one time. Other factors, such as the way the shop has been laid out and the number of floors, may also play their part a significant factor in safety management.

Staying Local

Staying Local remains in place unless you have a very good reason to go out of your zone unless your reason is for compassioante grounds, like an emergency.

Hairdressers are planned to open in 3 weeks time.
Places of Worship will be able to open soon for private prayer, but large congregation masses will remain restricted for the forseeable future.

Outdoor Activities will be lifted form the 6th July 2020, excluding contact sport and team sports. The restrictions will still stay in place for contact sport activites and team sport activities.

Tourstist Attractions, providing lockdown is lifted, people will able to go out of their local zones to visit popular tourist attractions which will be open to the public in Wales from the 6th July 2020.

Driving Lessons – Driving tests are currently suspended due to coronavirus – but you can apply for an emergency test if you’re a critical worker. More can be here on future planning and guidlines: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-letter-from-dvsa-chief-executive-to-driver-and-rider-trainers-about-restarting-instruction-and-tests/letter-from-dvsa-chief-executive-to-approved-driving-instructors-about-restarting-driving-instruction-and-tests

For further information on the Coronavirus Regulation Changes (19th June 2020) please follow this link:

http://jostevens.co.uk/welsh-coronavirus-regulations-changes-19th-june-2020

Further guidance from the Welsh Government website can be found here:
https://gov.wales/coronavirus

2 Replies to “Non Essential Shopping”

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