Salisbury city centre health, wellbeing and beauty businesses are busy implementing the COVID Secure guidance and are preparing for their reopening.
Salisbury BID is encouraging the local community to show their support for the city centre’s health, wellbeing and beauty businesses, who have been closed for 112 days due to the coronavirus lockdown.
Salisbury health & beauty businesses reopening:
What to expect when visiting a health & beauty business
Close contact businesses have been told they must keep temporary contact details and records of all customers for 21 days in case there is an outbreak. This is to support the NHS Test and Trace service. Customers can be contacted if they’ve been in close contact with an infected individual.
James Barnett, Salisbury BID Director and owner of The Therapy Centre on Winchester Street, said: “It feels like it’s been a long time coming, but I’m over the moon we’ve been given the green light to reopen and get back to doing what we love. Whilst we have been closed, we’ve been busy preparing and putting all the necessary measures in place to protect our clients and colleagues. I’m confident we can now safely reopen.
“I’m sure I speak for all local businesses in saying we look forward to welcoming existing and new clientele through our doors. I’m also sure the Salisbury community will come out and support our city’s health, wellbeing and beauty businesses in their efforts to help get our local economy going again.”
A full list of open businesses in Salisbury city centre can be found here.
In partnership with VisitWiltshire, Salisbury BID co-fund the Visit Salisbury website to promote the city to visitors. The Visit Salisbury website has a full events calendar for Salisbury.