Thanks to successfully reaching today another stage in the Government’s road-map out of lockdown, Bathurst Basin hospitality businesses are coming back to life. There is still some way to go but service outdoors is now allowed.
Casamia have applied for permission to serve food and alcohol on the pavement outside their premises. Under the Government COVID-recovery roadmap, restaurants can open for outdoor service from 12th April. Indoor service will not be allowed before 17th May at the earliest. Restaurants and pubs are anxious to resume business as soon as possible and outdoor service is clearly the way forward. It will be good to welcome back Bathurst Basin restaurants and pubs after such a long spell of lockdown. Read more “Pavement licence for Casamia?”
On 23rd and 24th July 2021, Merchants’ Landing resident Phil Stannard plans to run the London to Bristol Ultramarathon (145 miles, 5.5 Marathons) in aid of Woman’s Trust which supports women affected by domestic abuse. Domestic abuse affects 1 in 4 women in the UK; it is the biggest single cause of female depression and mental health problems. Read more “Ultramarathon event”
Mono Consultants Ltd are seeking permission to install a 17.5 metre Apollo DS 5G mast with 6 antennas, one cabinet and meter cabinet on Coronation Road close to the Asda petrol station. Use this link to comment on the proposal – comments will close on the 3rd March 2021. Read more “5G Mast proposal”