Reopening Hospitality in Sheffield: A Guide for Business

26th August 2020

Sheffield City Council have recently updated the guide for business that covers reopening hospitality in Sheffield.

The guidance now includes specific sections on meetings and events, as well as for the performing arts which is relevant from 15th August. The document also covers guidance for meetings and events venues opening from 1st October.

Tom Sutton, Interim General Manager at Sheffield Chamber, said:

“I encourage all members and businesses to take the time to read the guidance and digest the information contained.

“Sheffield City Council have created an extremely informative and comprehensive document to help businesses open safely, which includes a simple 8-point checklist. It is important to stress that businesses will need to translate the guidance to their specific circumstances.

“It’s vital that we work together to reopen our economy safely so this can be sustained for the long-term. As a Chamber of Commerce, we’re completely aware of the devastating effect any localised lockdown measures would have on Sheffield’s economy. We are fully supportive of working together across sectors to avoid this and ensure Sheffield is a place where you and your customers can Make Yourself at Home!”

Download the guide below. 


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