Still working from home?

End of “Stay at home” rule

Roadmap out of lockdown

Restrictions are easing across the UK. 

In Wales 

The stay local restriction was lifted on 27 March. You need a reasonable excuse, such as work, to travel in or out of Wales. Holiday accommodation will open for people living in Wales only. Read about the rules on GOV.WALES. 

In England 

Step 1 of the roadmap out of lockdown has begun. From 29 March, the ‘stay at home’ rule ended – and up to 6 people or 2 households can meet outside. Shielding ends on 31 March. 

In Scotland 

People will be asked to ‘Stay Local’ from 2 April. A timetable for further lockdown easing from 5 April is on GOV.SCOT. 

You should continue to work from home and should minimise the number of journeys you make where possible. This means you should: 

  • avoid making unnecessary trips 
  • combine trips where possible

You should continue to minimise travel wherever possible and should not be staying away from home overnight at this stage.

You must not travel at all if you: 

If you do need to travel: 

  • walk or cycle where possible 
  • you must avoid car sharing with anyone from outside your household or your support bubble, unless your journey is undertaken for an exempt reason 
  • plan ahead and avoid busy times and routes on public transport. Follow the guidance on the safe use of public transport 
  • regularly wash or sanitise your hands 
  • you must wear a face covering on public transport, unless exempt 
  • stay 2 metres apart from people you do not live with where possible, or 1 metre with extra precautions in place (such as wearing face coverings or increasing ventilation indoors) 
  • download the NHS COVID-19 app before you travel, if possible, and check in where you see official NHS COVID-19 QR code posters

These restrictions apply to England only. The rules are different in the other UK nations:

The days of using public transport – who wants to think about them? 

Reasons for using our chauffeur service? Quality and price. 

Imagine having your very own driver collect you from where you are – and take you in comfort and style to where-ever you want to go. The driver – professionally dressed in a smart suit, shirt and tie, and wearing a facemask at all times.  

Hand sanitiser in the cup-holder as you get into the car, tissues, wipes, mints, and bottled water are always complimentary and available for all passengers. 

Imagine that the car is spotless, cleaned inside and out, and decontaminated before your journey. 

Add all that together – then add in automatic messaging, flexible payment options, local and experienced drivers, luxury Mercedes or Audi saloons and estates, cars and minibuses available. 

From North to South, or East to West, book Wrexham Chauffeurs to look after you properly on the road ahead…