An event venue in 1D EST2010 Hanukkah tee&Crew One Direction Est 2010 New Shirt Bristol today (Friday 23 October) was issued under direction from Bristol City Council, which banned businesses from holding “club-style” events, after being found to be in breach of coronavirus (COVID-19) rules.
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Jack of Diamonds on West Street in the Old Market was the first business in the city to receive direction from the council. After numerous inspections carried out by the council and Avon & Somerset Police, the 1D EST2010 Hanukkah tee&Crew One Direction Est 2010 New Shirt site was found to be non-compliant with public health measures and the owner was given a £1,000 fixed fine by police.
Earlier this year, the government granted Local Government new powers to deal with ‘serious and imminent threats to public health’, including restricting access to or closing facilities that do not comply with COVID safety measures.
Inspections found that Jack of Diamonds had no COVID safety risk assessment or Tracking and Tracing system. Guidelines on how to distance themselves from society and face coverings have not been followed and the 1D EST2010 Hanukkah tee&Crew One Direction Est 2010 New Shirt premises remain open after the current government time limit on facilities of this type. Evidence has also been found about alcohol being consumed and sold at unc licenseed premises.
Officials have observed poor management practices and after consultation with the council, they have taken the decision to give direction to the mento, which as of noon today means the 1D EST2010 Hanukkah tee&Crew One Direction Est 2010 New Shirt venue is banned from holding any ‘club-style’ events. This includes providing DJs, live music and selling alcohol.
Cllr Steve Pearce, Cabinet Member for Waste, Commercialization and Regulatory Services at Bristol City Council, said: “We understand that it is a very challenging time for businesses to have their livelihoods disrupted and to adapt to the new way of working in the face of COVID-19.
“Across the city of Bristol, COVID-19 infection rates have increased dramatically and there have now been 241.7 new cases per 100,000 population (in the last seven days, as of October 22). We are seeing a high incidence of the disease in the under-40 age group, but the risk is also increasing in older age groups. …