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4th Jun 2020

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

We would like to take this opportunity to assure you that we are monitoring all guidance on managing the coronavirus (COVID-19) from the UK & Welsh Government, the Local Authority, the NHS and Public Health Wales.

As the situation continues to change rapidly, our top priority remains the health, safety, and well-being of our staff and visitors.

Following Government instructions to close entertainment, hospitality and indoor leisure premises across the country from the end of Friday 20 March and subsequent appeals to all to stay at home and limit all but essential travel, we remain closed under current guideline in Wales but will continue to monitor the situation and hope to re-open with social distancing measures in place as soon as safe for staff and visitors. 

The Estate office remains open at this current time but we ask that where possible all enquires or problems are made/notified by phone or email and not in person to assist with social distancing.

Our maintenance teams will be dealing with emergencies only during this period.

Should it be essential to come to the office or if bringing a delivery, please do not enter the premises and risk contaminating anyone if  you have a high temperature, a new continuous cough or have been in contact with anyone who thinks they may be infected.

We would ask all visitors to wash their hands following recommended procedures and/or use hand sanitiser if available on arrival to help minimise any potential transmission.

We will continue to monitor this rapidly developing situation and share updates as soon as they become available.

We will all be keen to get back to business as normal as soon as we responsibly can. In the meantime you can stay updated with life on the Estate through our website and social media platforms - Facebook & Instagram.

Iain, Kate & The Brynkinalt Team

03.06.2020

 

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