Ireland is at Level 5 COVID19 restrictions. At Level5, the public health risk means that you will be asked to stay at home with certain exceptions. Read more here.
Coronavirus has hit our country and Bray extremely hard. Businesses are doing their best to adjust to the new reality of living alongside the threat of Covid-19.
Businesses in the town are resilient and have been innovating new ways to trade for instance offering a new online shopping experience, click/collect or delivery services in order to survive and protect local jobs.
A Bray Reopening Committee was established by Wicklow County Council. The committee consists of members of Bray Chamber of Commerce, the Health Service Executive and An Garda Síochána. It was a collaborative approach – one voice / one strategy and since late March it has helped deal with the social and economic impacts of coronavirus throughout the district.
Several joint initiatives have been implemented across the town to help drive a message of ‘Unity in the community’ – from a wellbeing campaign to helping connect local businesses with customers, share some practical hints, tips, supports and links to help our town and community bounce back.
Now more than ever we are encouraging our community to continue to shop, buy, hire and source local first.
Our Covid-19 info hubs aim is to help connect local businesses with customers, share supports & links to help our town bounce back:
Read more about how we’re working collaboratively to drive a message of unity in the community here.
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