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  • - Residents must not socialise with other people outside of their own households or support bubble in private homes and gardens
    • - Hospitality for food and drink will be restricted to table service only
    • - Late night restriction of operating hours will be introduced, with leisure and entertainment venues required to close between 10pm to 5am.

    Residents are also advised to adhere to the following guidance to further reduce rates of infection:

    • - Residents should not socialise with other people outside of their own households in all public venues. 
    • - Residents are advised to only use public transport for essential purposes, such as travelling to school or work.
    • - Holidays should be taken within your own household or support bubble.
    • - Residents are advised against attending amateur and semi-professional sporting events as spectators.

    To support the local authorities and adhere to Government advice STACK Seaburn have implemented the following practices:

    • - We are no longer taking advanced bookings for tables, we will accept walk up only on a first come first serve basis up to the maximum of 6 people from one household/bubble.
    • - You will be required to leave your details on arrival for the purpose of track & trace.
    • - Table service will be in operation for drinks and food.
    • - You may leave your table to visit the bathroom and we advise that you wear a mask at all times when not at your table.
    • - All customers will be required to leave the premises by 10pm. 


It starts from 00:01 hours on Friday 18 September and will be monitored closely and reviewed on a weekly basis. The next steps will depend on the impact the measures have.

You must not meet people who do not live with you or are not part of your support bubble, either indoors or outdoors, unless for the specific purposes mentioned below.

People should only come inside your home for specific purposes:

- where everyone in the gathering lives together or is in the same support bubble

- to attend a birth at the mother’s request

- to visit a person who is dying (the visitor can be someone the dying person lives with, a close family member, friend or, if none of those is visiting, anyone else)

- to fulfil a legal obligation

- for work purposes (see guidance on working safely in other people’s homes), or for the provision of voluntary or charitable services

- for the purposes of education or training

- for the purposes of childcare provided by a registered provider

- to provide emergency assistance

- to enable one or more persons in the gathering to avoid injury or illness or to escape a risk of harm

- to facilitate a house move

- to provide care or assistance to a vulnerable person

- to continue existing arrangements for access to, and contact between, parents and children where the children do not live in the same household as their parents, or one of their parents.

A support bubble is a close support network between a household with only one adult in the home (known as a single-adult household) and one other household of any size.

Once you’re in a support bubble, you can think of yourself as being in a single household with people from the other household. It means you can have close contact with that household as if they were members of your own household.

Once you make a support bubble, you should not change who is in your bubble.

You should not have multiple bubbles.

You are advised to only visit these venues with other members of your household (or support bubble).

This is because the hospitality industry has enhanced measures, such as risk assessments and test and trace, which private homes don’t have.

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