COVID-19 Update

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COVID-19 Update


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Weddings in Notts

Know the capacity for your ceremony

Saying 'I do' at a Notts registration office?

Each of our five registration offices has its own capacity limit to allow for social distancing measures to be adhered to and to ensure the safety of you, your guests and our staff.

Your ceremony will perhaps be slightly different to what was originally planned, but you can be assured that our wonderful team will make your special day one to remember.

Please check the capacity of your venue in advance of your ceremony as numbers cannot be altered.

Read the FAQs

Volunteers – Notts libraries need YOU!

Volunteers needed

Libraries across the county are reopening but we recognise that not everyone is able or confident to make a visit so we’re planning to expand the current click and collect service to incorporate a delivery option.

To successfully meet delivery requests, we need volunteers to pick up books from their local library and deliver to those who are unable to make the journey.

If you’re an existing Community Hub volunteer you can amend your profile to include this new service request or, if you’ve not volunteered before but would like to help, please register using our online form.

For further details about the library click and collect and delivery service click the button below.

Further details

Face coverings compulsory in shops from 24 July

Face covering

Wearing a face covering in shops and supermarkets will become compulsory from 24 July. A face covering can be a scarf, a bandana, or you can buy one or make your own.

In addition, we can all help to control the virus if we follow the advice to:

  • wash our hands frequently;
  • maintain social distancing;
  • stay at home if you or someone in your household has symptoms; and to get tested and follow the advice you receive when you get the result.

Don't forget, you must already wear a face covering on public transport.

How to wear and make a face covering

Stay safe around water this summer

Water safety code

With temperatures remaining high over the coming weeks and facilities like pubs and cafes now open, it is vital that adults and children keep safe near water.

Having fun around water means following simple advice:

  • Look for the danger. Always read the signs.
  • Never swim alone. Always go with friends of family. 

See the water safety code