This weekend people enjoyed sitting outside cafes and West Bridgford Farmers’ Market returned to the Croquet Lawn.
Many bard and restaurants have taken advantage of Rushcliffe Borough Council’s push for them to apply for temporary pavement licences to increase or install new seating along Central Avenue, Gordon Road and Tudor Square.
On a warm, sunny Saturday morning people enjoyed sitting outside the venues eating and drinking – the Farmer’s Market also made a safe return to the Croquet Lawn too, with more stalls but with safety restrictions in place too.
Rushcliffe Borough Council’s Executive Manager for Neighbourhoods Dave Banks said: “It’s heartening to see local businesses in West Bridgford and across Rushcliffe adapting brilliantly to trade successfully in line with current government restrictions, keeping their customers and staff safe.
“We’re pleased as ever to support businesses wherever we can with pavement licence support and hospitality fact sheets to help guide owners through the measures they need to operate securely.
“Our teams continue to be on hand to help with any queries, business owners can email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.”