Saundersfoot Chamber for Tourism hold first ‘Business Forum'

Posted on Wed 17th Jun at 4:20pm

Saundersfoot is currently working hard as a community preparing to greet their visitors during the next few weeks by ensuring all businesses are fully Covid 19 aware and are providing a safe environment for everyone.

Saundersfoot Chamber for Tourism held their first ‘Business Forum' on Monday 29th June via Zoom, where over 30 local business owners joined in discussions on what measures could be taken to ensure they keep their workplace safe for their staff, their customers, local residents and the environment when reopening after lockdown.

Dilys Hackett, Chair of the Saundersfoot Chamber for Tourism said,
“The aim of the forum is to make sure that Saundersfoot is fully Covid 19 Aware and ‘Good
to Go’ when the time is right. We want our local residents to feel confident about shopping
in the village and equally we want our visitors to be reassured and welcomed back
knowing we have procedures in places to help make them feel safe. The best way to
achieve this is by working together as a community, talking to each other and sharing
invaluable advice and intelligence led information. The forum, which we aim to run as a ‘drop
in’ weekly meeting, is a great tool for local businesses to communicate, ask questions and
keep up to date with the latest protocols and government advice."

Saundersfoot Community Council have already positioned 6 hand sanitiser stations around the village as an additional facility for the public. Volunteers are implementing more stringent and regular beach cleans to keep Saundersfoot looking its best.

For more information on this initiative in Saundersfoot, please click here