The Civic Centre reception in Poulton is closed to visitors. You can still call us on 01253 891000 or e-mail: mailroom@wyre.gov.uk

Lockwood Surgery remains open for patients, and the civic centre will be hosting appointment only vaccination clinics. Please wear a face covering in all parts of the building.

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Making your business or venue Covid safe

Testing in the workplace

If you are a business that would like to set up mass testing in your workplace, you can register on Lancashire County Council's website. 

Managing Covid-19 in the workplace

A  resource pack to help businesses manage Covid-19 cases in the workplace is available on the LCC website

Reopening safely

The government has published 14 different guides for different types of businesses to help them to reopen safely. You can also complete a risk assessment on making your business premises secure, and download a poster to display if you meet the criteria

If you run a business and have concerns or need some advice on how to open safely we’re here to help – please get in touch by emailing commercialsafety@wyre.gov.uk

If you have any concerns about an establishment in Wyre you can report this to us at commercialsafety@wyre.gov.uk

If you need a poster to tell your customers to wear a face covering  you can download one here to print. 

Guidance for food businesses

How other businesses are staying safe

Local businesses have told us how they have been making their shops and premises Covid safe: 

Bombshell Betty Boutique 

Reduce and Rejoice

Phillips Jewellers

Test and trace QR code posters and the app - guidance for businesses and venues 

Since 24 September 2020 certain venues, including those run by local authorities,are legally required to display NHS QR posters. This includes all venues in the following sectors:

  • hospitality
  • leisure and tourism
  • close contact services
  • local authority venues

The full list of venues can be read here.

For qualifying venues, if a visitor chooses to check-in using the official NHS QR code, they will not need to provide their contact details by any other method. However, you will still need to offer a manual option for recording visitors' contact details, for people who wont or cant scan the QR code.

How to create a QR poster - quick guide

Creating a Covid 19 QR poster for your business

Tips for displaying your poster

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