Coronavirus control plan: alert levels in Wales – An Update

Describes the measures to control coronavirus at 4 alert levels and how the level will be set. It also sets out how and when Wales will move between these alert levels. The all-Wales measures are designed to be as simple, fair and clear as possible and they will provide greater certainty for people and businesses about what legal restrictions will be put in place, depending on the level of risk, helping them to plan for the future. coronavirus-control-plan-alert-levels-in-walesDownload

Open Letter Update – COVID-19 restrictions in North Wales

A very quick update since the Open Letter “COVID-19 restrictions in North Wales – Impact on Tourism, Hospitality, Leisure and Supply Chains” was put together, supported by 160+ North Wales organisations in 24hrs and subsequently sent direct to the First Minister. We sent out aswell the Open Letter to MPs, Members of the Senedd (MSs), Leaders at all 6 North Wales Local Authorities and UK Government. Additionally a press release was sent out, to raise the profile of the Open Letter – see attached the Letter itself along with some of the coverage (further coverage links also below). To date we have received supportive responses echoing our call which challenges […]

ERF Restrictions Business Fund:

The Welsh Government has launched the Restrictions Business Fund to support businesses and sole traders that have been directly impacted by the additional restrictions put in place to control the spread of Covid-19 The grant seeks to complement other Covid-19 response measures to support businesses, social enterprises and charitable organisations in Wales. Further information can be found on your respective Local Authority websites:,-support-and-training/Cronfeydd-Busnes-Cyfyngiadau-Rhagfyr-2020.aspx Anglesey and Denbighshire links not yet live