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Important - COVID19

Update: 11th April 2021.

From 12th April 2021 (in Wales):

Travel restrictions within the UK and Common Travel Area will be lifted.

Full return to schools and further education settings.

University campuses can open for blended face-to-face and online learning for all students.

All shops and close contact services can open.

Wedding venues will be able to let prospective clients view their premises by appointment only.

From 27th March 2021 (in Wales):

Stay local restrictions will be lifted.

Self-contained accommodation can re-open.

Outdoor children's activities can take place.

Libraries and archive services can re-open.

6 people from 2 households can meet outdoors, socially distanced.

Hay-on-Wye is in Wales and therefore is operating under Welsh law.

Please see Welsh Government guides regarding Covid19: https://gov.wales/coronavirus

Quick link to Welsh Government Frequently Asked Questions: https://gov.wales/coronavirus-regulations-guidance

Want to know if shops are open in Hay?
Please refer to this website.

On 28th July, new Temporary Public Health / Social Distancing measures were put in place to support Hay Town Centre. Please see the announcement HERE.

Youtuber 'Thoughty2' has produced an excellent video asking the question 'Do Masks work'?
You can view it HERE (28 minutes).

Please note that the virus is still in general circulation throughout the UK, so you should take EVERY precaution to protect yourself and others.

This situation is constantly being monitored.

Croeso i'r Gelli / Welcome to Hay-on-Wye

World renowned for books and bookshops.

Its unique position on the border between England and Wales makes Hay ideal for visitors to explore and enjoy the beautiful border country.

Our website has information for both visitors and residents.