Traders at Yate Shopping Centre have described the Government’s latest announcement on the lifting of lockdown restrictions as ‘great news’, giving them reassurance that they can now look forward to the Christmas trading period with confidence.
From Wednesday, 2nd December it is anticipated that shops at the Centre will start re-opening and the Centre will soon be back into full swing. Further announcements on Thursday will decide which tier level South Gloucestershire falls into and that will determine whether or not the Centre’s restaurants, bars and cafes can resume full service.
Centre Manager, Andrew Lowrey: “It’s been an exasperating year for all traders but there is hope that at long last life can start to get back to normal. However, it is imperative that shoppers remain vigilant and keep to the Government’s guidelines.”
The New Year will bring new business challenges to House of Luxxe as it opens a new beauty salon at 20 West Walk to further develop its training facilities.
Andrew Lowrey, Yate Shopping Centre Manager: “It is always pleasing to see an existing independent business developing and needing to expand. I appreciate how hard Leeanne and Ross have worked over the last twelve months and now they are progressing their very adventurous plans to put back into the profession some of what they have gained from it. We wish them good luck for 2021 and onwards with their very exciting plans”.
Beginning on Thursday 19 November, a Covid-19 Mobile Testing Unit (MTU) will be set up at The Ridings Car Park, Wickwar Road, Chipping Sodbury.
Join us in the countdown to Christmas! Every day in December the location of a new Yate Christmas window will be announced.
Sign up to take part and decorate a window or just enjoy the fun of finding them... Prizes available! Click below to find out more...
Yate Town Council has agreed that due to the uncertainty of the situation regarding large gatherings and to avoid cancellation costs at a later date, with regret, Yate Rocks! Event 2021 will not go ahead.
They sincerely hope that “Yate Rocks” will return in its full glory in the summer of 2022.
All four South Glos Sort It recycling centres are open as usual. The re-use shop at Thornbury is closed for the lockdown.
Our site staff cannot help unload vehicles, so make sure you can take out what you put in or have someone to help you.
Find out more about lock-down service changes below.
Workout anytime and anywhere. Access your Active Centre's wide range of 20-30 minute classes, which include Pilates, HIIT, Bootcamp, Kickboxing and Beginner Full Body Strength workouts. Active at Home is available on the Active App and is FREE until January 2021… ideal to get you through the winter months.
Following the recent lockdown announcement, all Active Lifestyle Centres are temporarily closed. We understand that lockdown will be in place for a period of 4 weeks, until Thursday 3rd December, when we hope to reopen our Centres again. Click below to find out what this means for you...
During this second lockdown, Green Community Travel are only providing transport for essential journeys: Medical Appointments (GP, Dentist, Optician, Hospital, Physio etc.) and Shopping.
We will still be adhering to 2m social distancing on the vehicles and asking all passengers to wear face coverings. (If you have an exemption please let us know before travelling if possible.)
We will also be cancelling all Day Trips for November.
Zumba With Alexandra has closed again for lockdown, and will re-open 3rd December if regulations allow.
Zumba with Alexandra offers a range of classes that have a relaxed, no-judgement, friendly, party atmosphere and a good giggle at every session! Click below to read more...
With the second lockdown now underway, there is a clearer picture of what is happening at Yate Shopping Centre and the good news is that more tenants are able to continue operating under the Government’s guidelines during this lockdown than that earlier in the year.
During this second lockdown the therapists of The Old Rectory Clinic will continue to care for your mental, emotional and physical health. Following government guidelines and advice from Public Health England we will continue to see our clients and patients face to face within the clinic building (or online if preferred).
We will continue to monitor government guidelines to see how we can best support our clients and patients. If you have any concerns about your booked appointment please contact your therapist directly for support.
Yate Heritage Centre is undertaking a community history project based on Domestic Service in the Yate area. If you have knowledge, background, photos or memories of domestic service please do let us know. Click below to read more.