Ipswich Streets Commemorate Anti-Slavery Campaigners
UK Abolition of Slavery Act
Covid and the Growth of the Need for Storage Space
Our Lives Have Changed
We have all had our lives changed or disrupted due to the Coronavirus outbreak and particularly so when it comes to working or running a business.
If you visit any shop now, you are likely to find sanitisation stations at every entrance so that
HomeStore helps St Nicholas Hospice to create more space for social distancing
Our Bury St Edmunds branch has given the St Nicholas Hospice free storage for its furniture as it has had to introduce measures to ensure safe social distancing for staff during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Who Uses Self-Storage?
Archiving, Office Space and Storage Post Pandemic
Archiving, office space and storage post pandemic
How confident are you about going out as non-essential businesses open?
Lifting of Restrictions to some Non-essential business
From June 15 opening restrictions on Non-essential shops, zoos and National Trust outdoor spaces have been lifted.
Of course, shops have had to put in safety measures, sanitisation stations, screens and safe distancing guidance, which will mean the queues outside will continue. Local authorities have introduced one-way systems for walking and have also closed some roads in town centres to ensure people remain safe.
Impact On Health – Mental Wellbeing – Working From Home
Finally, I’m looking at the impact that working from home can have on our mental wellbeing. As has already been seen, creating a productive workspace is possibly not an easy ask and while in the current climate this has become a necessity for many, it may be more simply said than done. I have written a mini series of blogs covering this subject.