Keeping Truro safe


In light of the Government’s recent announcement, Truro City Council and Visit Truro, working with Truro Business Improvement District (BID), say they will be responding rapidly to emerging guidance to play a full role in safeguarding public health and protect the NHS.

The Mayor of Truro, Cllr Bert Biscoe, said: “Truro City Council will be doing whatever it can to ensure that people living in Truro, and coming to Truro for essential business and work, are safe, informed, and that public health conditions are as good as we are able to make them, and that we prepare carefully for however the post-lockdown future transpires.

“In the absence of a vaccine, it is incredibly important for all of us that we manage the next few weeks thoughtfully and tolerantly. If we are tough on ourselves now then hopefully Christmas can be something special (but probably different) and we can approach the New Year with hope and confidence.”

To be kept fully informed, please regularly check the following channels: Truro City council website, and / or Facebook page @Trurocitycouncil.

Truro BID will be signposting businesses to Government financial support packages and other relevant information, or on Facebook @trurobid. have a directory of local businesses who can remain open or offer click and collect service, and their social media channel will be posting regular updates.