ERYC has announced changes to many of its services run by Culture and Customer Services from this Thursday (5 November), following the announcement by the government over the weekend, and subject to final ratification by Parliament on Wednesday.
SEWERBY HALL AND GARDENS : The house, the zoo, the holiday cottages and the café will all be closed from Thursday, 5 November. The grounds and play area will remain open for people to take exercise, but people must maintain social distancing. Individuals are reminded that they can only meet one person from another household outside in a public place.
BRIDLINGTON SPA : will be closed completely from Thursday, 5 November.
The box office team will contact customers who are affected by the cancellation of November shows, offering a credit to customer accounts or a full refund. However, it will still be possible to book future events online at www.bridspa.com
SOUTH CLIFF HOLIDAY PARK : will close on Thursday, 5 November to all users. Unfortunately, all holidays are cancelled until 2 December.
CHALETS: All winter let and annual let chalets will be closed from Thursday, 5 November.
BEACHES AND PROMENADES : will remain open, but all users must observe social distancing. The Coastal Services team will still be available on email at firstname.lastname@example.org
LOCAL NATURE RESERVES : All Local Nature Reserves will remain open, for people to take their daily exercise, but people must maintain social distancing. Individuals are reminded that they can only meet one person from another household outside in a public place. Details of walks in the East Riding can be found at http://walkingtheriding.eastriding.gov.uk/
LIBRARIES AND CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTRES : Information will be made available as soon as possible.
EAST RIDING LEISURE CENTRES : will be closed completely from close of business on Wednesday, 4 November until further notice. For full details, visit https://www.eastridingleisure.co.uk/coronavirus/
All payments for memberships and swimming lessons paid for by direct debit will be automatically suspended until the leisure centres reopen. Those customers on corporate membership paid for by salary deductions may have had their November payment taken already, in such cases they will be credited with a month without deductions when Leisure Centres reopen.