While Government restrictions make the normal operation of Residential Centres impossible, we implore them to provide financial assistance to help this viable & worthwhile industry survive this period of forced closure.
1. Financial support for Outdoor Residential Centres during closure
28/09/2020 - Petitions
Found: While Government restrictions make the normal operation of Residential Centres impossible, we implore
2. Support for tourism, leisure, hospitality and the arts
19/10/2020 - Early Day Motions
Found: that many of the businesses in these sectors had viable business models and were flourishing before the
Found: evidence to the treasury Committee
Setting out the industry of the circus.
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4. Support for outdoor education centres
08/10/2020 - Early Day Motions
Found: recognises the importance of outdoor education and residential centres in developing young people’s confidence
5. Draft options for regional or local coronavirus interventions
24/07/2020 - Department of Health and Social Care
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Found: COVID 19
Œ AREA RESTRICTIONS REGULATIONS TOOLKIT
Œ PART 2
1. Covid-19: Cultural and Entertainment Sectors
02/03/2021 - Commons Chamber
1: this opportunity to highlight the Government’s support for our world-class culture and entertainment sectors - Speech Link
2: of course it can choose to use how it wants to support all those wonderful cultural establishments that - Speech Link
2. Fairs and Showgrounds
17/12/2020 - Westminster Hall
1: there have been some changes to normal practice in order to support the new call list system and to ensure - Speech Link
2: constituency. They are small business owners who support the local economy, putting on seasonal fairs from - Speech Link
3. Business and Planning Bill
13/07/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: a highly contentious Bill. This weekend, the Government said that we should go back to work; perhaps - Speech Link
4. Public Health Restrictions: Government Economic Support
13/10/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will make a statement on economic support available to individuals and businesses - Speech Link
2: the Chancellor set out further measures to support local authorities through the crisis. On Friday, the - Speech Link
3: the Chancellor announced his sink-or-swim job support scheme, design faults in which are already leading - Speech Link
5. Covid-19: Hospitality Industry
24/03/2021 - Commons Chamber
1: Committee, Covid-19 and food supply, HC 263, and the Government Response, HC 841, and oral evidence taken before - Speech Link
2: That this House has considered support for the hospitality industry throughout the covid-19 pandemic - Speech Link
3: That this House has considered support for the hospitality industry throughout the covid-19 pandemic - Speech Link
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Without the government's assistance, there is a very real danger that the industry will not survive.
This is an unthinkable outcome for the millions of people who will lose out on the life changing experience gained from visiting these centres. For many, this will be the first and only time they are involved in the activities on offer. It is vital the industry receives support now so it can be ready for when the time is right to open. The outdoor industry can play a key role in helping improve people's physical and mental health which have been so negatively affected by this pandemic.
We recognise the value of this sector in the education, health and wellbeing of children. By investing over £280 billion the Government has sought to protected jobs, businesses and public services.
The Department recognises the economic impact on the education travel sector as a consequence of lockdown restrictions and continues to publicly support it by highlighting its key role in education and the contribution its services bring to the health and wellbeing of children, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds. Throughout this crisis, the Government has sought to protect people’s jobs and livelihoods across the UK, support businesses, and public services. The Government has spent over £280 billion to do so. This includes small business grants, the coronavirus loan guarantee schemes, the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), the deferral of VAT and income tax payments, and more. The measures introduced have been designed to be accessible to businesses in most sectors and across the UK. In January, the Chancellor announced the extension of the deadline for applications for the Bounce Back Loan scheme and other loan schemes until 31 March 2021. Further measures were announced by the Chancellor in the 2021 Budget on 3 March including the extension of the CJRS until the end of September 2021, and increased support for the self-employed through the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) grants, with a 5th grant available from July 2021.
The Government will continue to work closely with local authorities, businesses, business representative organisations, and the financial services sector to monitor the implementation of current support and understand whether there is additional need.
Department for Education