National Lockdown: Restrictions for England from 12th April 2021
Some of the rules on what you can and cannot do will change on 12th April.
Things you can do from 12th April
- non-essential retail will be able to reopen
- personal care premises such as hairdressers and nail salons will be able to reopen
- public buildings such as libraries and community centres will be able to reopen
- outdoor hospitality venues will be able to reopen, with table service only
- most outdoor attractions including zoos, theme parks, and drive-in performances (such as cinemas and concerts) will be able to reopen
- some smaller outdoor events such as fetes, literary fairs, and fairgrounds will be able to take place
- indoor leisure and sports facilities will be able to reopen for individual exercise, or exercise with your household or support bubble
- all childcare and supervised activities will be allowed indoors (as well as outdoors) for all children. Parent and child groups can take place indoors (as well as outdoors) for up to 15 people (children under 5 will not be counted in this number)
- weddings, civil partnership ceremonies, wakes and other commemorative events will be able to take place for up to 15 people (anyone working is not included in this limit), including in indoor venues that are permitted to open or where an exemption applies. Wedding receptions can also take place for up to 15 people, but must take place outdoors, not including private gardens
- self-contained accommodation will be able to open for overnight stays in England with your household or support bubble
- you should continue to minimise the amount that you travel where possible
- care home residents will be able to nominate two named individuals for regular indoor visits (following a rapid lateral flow test)
Things you cannot do from 12th April
- Indoor hospitality cannot open until May 17 at the earliest
- International holidays are still illegal
- People cannot yet meet indoors with another household until May 17 when it is hoped overnight stays will be permitted
- Indoor and outdoor cinemas and performances - unless drive-in - cannot reopen until May 17, along with soft play areas and the rest of the accommodation sector
- Large performances and sporting events with crowds will not yet be allowed
- Nightclubs will remain closed
Detailed guidance is available on the Coronavirus restrictions: what you can and cannot do website.
Thank you for your continued support and efforts in the fight against coronavirus.
Springfield Park & Doncaster Avenue Recreation Ground
The latest Government guidance explains that people can exercise once a day as long as they maintain the correct social distancing rules.
People walking or cycling to our parks are welcomed and both walking and cycling are excellent means of active travel to improve overall health and wellbeing.
We thank you for your continued patience and understanding and encourage those wishing to enjoy the local parks and other green spaces in a safe and responsible manner.
There are specific rules for Play Areas and these are detailed on the Home page.
You can meet up outdoors with friends and family you do not live with, either:
- in a group of up to 6 from any number of households (children of all ages count towards the limit of 6)
- in a group of any size from up to two households (each household can include an existing support bubble, if eligible)
- when around other people, stay 2 metres apart from anyone not in your household
- dogs must be kept on a lead
For more complete details and a list of exceptions, read the latest Government guidance on Meeting Others Safely
Thank you for your support and co-operation at his time.
Important information on the Coronavirus can also be found on the following links
Derbyshire County Council have set aside £1 million worth of funding to support residents and businesses who may be affected by coronavirus.
The authority announced the £1 million fund on March 12 to complement the government support announced in the budget and said it was an initial amount and could rise, depending on how seriously the virus affected the county.
You can find answers to some of the most commonly asked questions on the NHS website.
Learn more about Public Health England's 'Stay Home, Save Lives' Campaign.
Show the Derbyshire Spirit
There has been a truly heartwarming response from our Derbyshire communities to the coronavirus outbreak. People have been pulling together like never before.
Derbyshire County Council is celebrating this collective show of strength through the Derbyshire Spirit campaign and would like to see your tales of our Derbyshire Spirit in action.
Find out how to share what you, your family, friends and communities are doing to help in these unprecedented times, and see how others are showing the Derbyshire Spirit by visiting the Derbyshire Spirit web page.
Joined Up Care Derbyshire
Get all the latest health service information for Derby & Derbyshire in one place during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.
How to look after your mental health during the Coronavirus outbreak
Infectious disease outbreaks, like the current Coronavirus (COVID-19), can be scary and can affect our mental health. Whilst it is important to stay informed, there are also many things you can do to support and manage your well-being during such times.
Visit the Mental Health Foundation's website for helpful tips and advice.
Derbyshire's Mental Health Support Line
Derbyshire’s mental health support health line has moved over to a new Freephone number to encourage more residents to speak up and get help.
The health line was set up in response to the coronavirus outbreak to offer support and advice to Derbyshire residents of all ages.
The new number to call is 0800 028 0077. The service is staffed by mental health professionals and the line is open from 9am to midnight every day.
If you're feeling stressed or anxious during the coronavirus pandemic Derbyshire County Council also has a range of resources on its website to help boost your emotional wellbeing.
Erewash Borough Council
COVID-19 and Support Services
The impact of the Coronavirus is being felt in our communities in many different ways and will be personal to each individual, couple or family. There is still support out there for those who need it and it is important it is accessed if required.
Visit Erewash Borough Council's website for information on breaches of social distancing, anti-social behaviour, domestic abuse, mental health, online safety, scams, sexual abuse and violence, along with contact details for local and national support.
Help with your Council Tax
Erewash Borough Council is working to help residents who are struggling financially due to the Coronavirus lockdown and may have difficulty meeting instalments.