Covid advice

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General guidance issued 1st April 2021

Following Government, Bristol City Council and National Allotment guidance HwDAA is now updating our Covid restrictions as follows: Up to six people or two households (including your support bubble) can meet. In addition, please remember to: follow government guidelines on distancing and handwashing ensure children stay on your plot avoid sharing tools and using water troughs for cleaning hands and tools consider the safety of your allotment neighbours meet any guests at the gate so that there's no need to give out the gate code.

Covid advice for the shop

support our Allotment Shop which is great value and makes money for tenant services and site improvements observe the COVID prevention measures still in place (masks, distancing etc) queue outside the shop until invited in (2 customers in shop) be patient with our volunteers (some are new to the job) as they manage demand safely
Covid advice
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General guidance issued 1st April 2021

Following Government, Bristol City Council and National Allotment guidance HwDAA is now updating our Covid restrictions as follows: Up to six people or two households (including your support bubble) can meet. In addition, please remember to: follow government guidelines on distancing and handwashing ensure children stay on your plot avoid sharing tools and using water troughs for cleaning hands and tools consider the safety of your allotment neighbours meet any guests at the gate so that there's no need to give out the gate code.

Covid advice for the shop

support our Allotment Shop which is great value and makes money for tenant services and site improvements observe the COVID prevention measures still in place (masks, distancing etc) queue outside the shop until invited in (2 customers in shop) be patient with our volunteers (some are new to the job) as they manage demand safely
© Hotwells & District Allotments Ltd 2007-2021