Published: 20 July 2020
We are monitoring developments relating to the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) daily. Residents should follow the advice provided by Public Health England to help prevent the spread of the virus.
Use the official websites below for the latest information and advice for the general public:Organisations or charities that could help if facing financial hardship or concern:On social media:
For help locally:
- Royston vs Coronavirus Facebook Group and helpline 01763 259203 and email email@example.com
- Royston and District Community Transport 01763 245228
Following recent government advice Royston Community Transport is getting back to a near normal service - but we’re not quite there yet! Medical appointments will still take priority but we are now able to offer additional social visits, eg hairdressers and shopping trips. A minimum of 15 minutes (each way) providing we have the drivers available and you are not on the Governments Shielding Patients List. We at RDCT are monitoring the situation on a daily basis, and no doubt by the time you read this the situation may well have changed! Our wheelchair accessible vehicles are all available and we can now offer some bus outings for social groups, however, we will have to implement the 1m plus guide for seating, which will limit the number we can carry. All our buses are spray sanitized between use, and car surfaces are cleaned between journeys hand sanitizers are fitted in all vehicles. Passengers must not travel in any vehicle if they have any Covid-19 symptoms.
To book a trip please ring our office as usual: 01763 245228
The Royston Annual Town Meeting due to be held on 19th March 2020 was cancelled.
Royston and District Museum and Art Gallery is closed until further notice.
Royston Cave will be closed until April 2021.
The May Fayre due to be held on Friday 8th May 2020 has been cancelled.
The setting up of a Royston Youth Council has been postponed until further notice.
The Council is no longer lending litter picking equipment until further notice.
The Town Hall, Market Hill Rooms and the Town Council Offices are closed until further notice.
Green Street Allotments remain open for plot holders and members of their households only.
The market currently remains open with all Government Advice being followed.
The Royston Community Toilet Scheme is currently suspended until 1st September 2020 when a review will take place to see whether it can be safely reinstated following Government guidance at the time.