Ellis Campbell, Worcester barbershop owner for the last 10 years, has like everyone at the end of March had to shut their doors and do their own small bit for our city and help in the fight against coronavirus.
During lockdown Ellis’ main priority was to get his team back to work as quickly and safely as possible when able to do so. With that in mind he came up with the virtual queuing application MyQsafe. Ellis is keen to support many of his fellow Worcester businesses to allow for a safe running of their businesses and to help control social distancing measures within the city to keep us healthy, open and safe
MyQSafe is a one of a kind virtual queuing system designed for any business that currently operates a walk in and wait service. It allows business to replace traditional queues with virtual ones using MyQSafes innovative iOS & Android application. To learn more about the app and how you can register your business please visit the website:

Trace and Track

‍Payment platform, Yoello, has launched a free tool available to all hospitality business, to make it easier to collect a record of customers’ data for 21 days which is compliant with data protection laws.

Customers supply the required information by using any smartphone device to scan a QR code (or visit the web address), and answer a short 4 question form. Data is stored securely and temporarily for merchants enabling them to easily identify and notify those present in their venue at specific times.

Find out more and sign up here.
Pavement Licence
Cafes, restaurants and bars can now apply for a licence to have seating outside their premises under a new streamlined 'pavement licence' procedure. For the link to the application click here
Footfall Reports Worcester City Centre
Week 31
Congratulations Centenary Lounge  - Good Luck!

Centenary Lounge, Worcester’s Great Western Railway inspired restaurant in the High Street has recently been nominated for an international Restaurant & Bar Design Award and has now officially made the winners shortlist in the Café and Heritage categories.

Aasia Baig, founder and Managing Director of Centenary Lounge said: “We are delighted to have been nominated for the award.  Over the past decades we have refused to be side-tracked and have continuously reinvented our restaurants and, by focusing our décor on the 1930s Golden Age of Railway travel, we believe we have brought something genuinely new to the relaxed dining and elegant tearoom experience.”

To read more please click here.

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