Seaton Tramway want to hear views on Covid restriction removal

Unless you’ve been deliberately avoiding the news (and we can’t blame you if you are!) you will know that it is currently the intention that in England the majority of COVID restrictions will be removed from Monday 19th July (including most significantly face coverings and social distancing). While it will no longer be law for these to be in place, the Seaton Tramway are looking for views before deciding what restrictions they may keep in place.

Seaton Tramway is currently reviewing its covid safety policies and risk assessments and they want potential visitors to help them reach decisions. They want to understand thoughts about the planned lifting of restrictions and to inform how they move forward safely with visitors in mind.

To help them you can complete a survey at

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2 Responses to Seaton Tramway want to hear views on Covid restriction removal

  1. Andrew Waddington says:

    I applaud Seaton for asking the public to give their opinions on this very important topic. Whilst many people are itching to get back to ‘normal’, those of us who are of a more anxious nature are less than thrilled at the idea of all restrictions being lifted overnight at a time when the infection rate is rising. The chance to have a say is much appreciated and I hope other attractions follow suit.

    • JoshSeatonTramway says:

      That’s nice to hear Andrew!

      Visitor experience and comfort is top of list next to health and safety so it’s always good for us to have some conversation with our visitors as to their exceptions in these different times!

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