Bolsover District, along with the rest of Derbyshire, will be placed in the highest level of restrictions (Tier 3) from Wednesday 2 December.
Under tier 3 the restrictions mean:

  • no mixing of households indoors or in most outdoor places apart from support bubbles, maximum of 6 in some outdoor spaces (parks, sports courts, public gardens)
  • pubs, restaurants and cafés remain closed, except for take-away, delivery or drive-through
  • shops, hair salons, gyms, leisure centres and swimming pools can open
  • indoor entertainment venues closed
  • avoid unnecessary travel out of the area apart from work, childcare, education, medical attention, youth services, caring responsibilities
  • no overnight stays outside of local area unless for work, education or similar reasons
  • everyone who can work at home should do so
  • early years settings, schools, colleges and universities open, registered childcare, other supervised activities for children and childcare bubbles permitted
  • places of worship open but people should not mix with anyone not in the household or bubble
  • 15 guests are allowed at weddings and 30 mourners at funerals, no wedding receptions are allowed
  • exercise classes and organised sport can take place outdoors but avoid higher-risk contact activity, none indoors unless it is with a household or bubble, organised sport for elite athletes, under 18s and people with disabilities can continue
  • events should not take place, drive in events permitted

For more information please refer to the government website.

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