Nailsea Town Council would like to make the following statement to its residents today (Tuesday 17 March 2020) on how Coronavirus is impacting its services.

The Town Council is currently looking at its services and procedures in light of the Covid-19 outbreak. We want the community to look out for neighbours and be aware of each other during this uncertain time. Please try to remain calm and check that the information you receive comes from a reliable, informed source.

We urge our community to follow Government and NHS guidelines which are available on the following links:

https://www.gov.uk/government/topical-events/coronavirus-covid-19-uk-government-response

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/

The Town Council office at the Tithe Barn will be closed from Wednesday 18 March. Nailsea Farmers’ Market has been cancelled until further notice and all non-urgent bookings at No. 65 High Street are also cancelled. Please only contact the Town Council by phoning 01275 855277 or emailing enquiries@nailseatowncouncil.gov.uk .

Cllr Jan Barber, Chairman of Nailsea Town Council says, “We are continuing to monitor the situation and will be updating our website regularly. Unfortunately, we will be unable to hold any of our regular meetings for the foreseeable future.

The Office telephone, including the answerphone facility, will be available for any queries and we will be doing our best to keep you all informed.

Please look after yourselves and try to make sure your neighbours are alright at this difficult time.