We're Good to Go

The We’re Good To Go industry standard and supporting mark means businesses across the sector can demonstrate that they are adhering to the respective Government and public health guidance, have carried out a COVID-19 risk assessment and check they have the required processes in place.

Businesses already signed up to the scheme

Pubs, Cafes & Restaurants

PLANT Cafe & Bar

PLANT Café offers a variety of plant-based seasonal dishes unlike anything seen in Derby. The menu is changed twice a week and includ... read more

Bustler Market

Bustler Market is back, ready to re-open as "normal" on July 4th.... read more

Elements Tea and Coffee House Derby

Elements is an artisan tea and coffee house situated in the heart of Derby City Centre.... read more

Seven Restaurant and Café Bar

Derby Food & Drink 2014 Award winner, Seven, provides contemporary, comfortable, unique and delicious food with impeccable service.... read more

The Tap

The Tap

Real Ale Pubs

Where to find us

The Tap combines high Victorian ceilings and imposing windows with exposed brickwork and original wooden floors to create a light, airy atmo... read more

Bluebell Dairy Tea Rooms

Not only do we make our own Ice Cream on the farm, but our cakes are made by Sarah in the Bluebell’s Kitchen. Try out our delicious Le... read more

The Cow Dalbury

The Cow Dalbury

Bars, Real Ale Pubs

Where to find us

Recently refurbished 19c heritage pub in the lovely village of Dalbury Lees, the casual dining bar has a stunning menu of locally sourced fo... read more

The Cock Inn, Mugginton

The Cock Inn, Mugginton

Real Ale Pubs, Restaurants

Where to find us

Steeped in history, focused on unbeatable service. Offering premium and hearty gastropub food & bespoke beverages with an informal meeti... read more

The Horseshoes

The Horseshoes

Real Ale Pubs, Restaurants

Where to find us

Gastro Pub of the year 2017. (midlands) Wonderfully casual fine dining, that explore locally sourced and seasonal ingredients where availabl... read more

The Meynell Ingram Arms

The Meynell now offers relaxed dining, with a high quality food and drink offer throughout a variety of different dining areas including; th... read more

The Troff

We produce tasty home cooked food using locally sourced ingredients where possible. We also have a licensed bar with a selection of wines, b... read more

BEAR Derby Irongate

BEAR Derby Irongate

Award Winners, Cafes

Where to find us

BEAR Derby sits slap-bang in the centre of the city’s iconic and beautiful Cathedral Quarter; the original hotspot for high-quality fo... read more

BEAR intu Derby

BEAR intu Derby is a snug little haven that you can use to escape all that retail hustle. Come and make yourself at home.... read more

Annie's Burger Shack Derby

Annie's Burger Shack Derby

Award Winners, Real Ale Pubs, Restaurants

Where to find us

32 Original Recipe, authentic Rhode Island style burgers, all available as Vegan Veggie or Meaty!... read more

Anoki

Anoki

Restaurants

Where to find us

The award-winning Anoki Indian restaurant opened in 2003 and has established an unrivalled reputation for serving up indulgent cuisine in lu... read more

Attractions

Derby Cathedral

Derby Cathedral

History & Heritage

Where to find us

With one of the highest church towers in the country, Derby Cathedral is a magnificent gothic building overlooking the city.... read more

Derby Museum & Art Gallery

Derby Museum & Art Gallery

Art & Culture, For Children, History & Heritage

Where to find us

Derby Museums is home to the world’s largest collection of works by Joseph Wright of Derby.... read more

Bluebells

Bluebells

For Children, Parks & Outdoors

Where to find us

Bluebells is a beautiful Ice Cream Tea Rooms located on our farm at Spondon, just two miles from Derby City centre. Our delicious luxury ar... read more

Chatsworth

Chatsworth

Art & Culture, For Children, History & Heritage, Nearby, Parks & Outdoors, Tours & Walks

Where to find us

Chatsworth, home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, has evolved through the centuries to reflect the tastes, passions and interests of 1... read more

Crich Tramway Village

Crich Tramway Village

For Children, History & Heritage, Nearby

Where to find us

Crich Tramway Village is a lovingly restored period village also home to the National Tramway Museum.... read more

Heights of Abraham

Heights of Abraham

For Children, Nearby

Where to find us

The Heights of Abraham is just a 30 minutes drive or direct train ride from Derby, where you can take the spectacular cable car ride to the ... read more

Twycross Zoo

Twycross Zoo

For Children, Sport & Leisure

Where to find us

Twycross Zoo is renowned as a specialist primate zoo and has a wide variety of monkeys and apes including the UK's only group of bonobos.... read more

Derby QUAD & Cinema - Reopens 7 September

Derby QUAD & Cinema - Reopens 7 September

Art & Culture, Early Evening, For Children, Nightlife

Where to find us

QUAD is a CINEMA, GALLERY, CAFÉ BAR and WORKSHOP that anyone can use.... read more

Accommodation

The Coach House Derby

Family run B&B set in a traditional Victorian house. Located 1 mile from Derby city centre, with close links to Derby University and the... read more

Makeney Hall Hotel

Makeney Hall Hotel is a magnificent Victorian Country Mansion situated in the heart of Derbyshire, set in six acres of beautifully landscape... read more

pentahotel Derby

From a perfect position in Pride Park, pentahotel Derby is a gateway to Derby’s business district and all the city’s attractions... read more

Jurys Inn

In the centre of the trendy Cathedral Quarter, Jurys Inn Derby is a short walk from the city's main attractions. The hotel features a stylis... read more

Kedleston View

Kedleston View

B&Bs and Guesthouses

Where to find us

Kedleston View is a luxury B&B in a quiet location on the outskirts of Derby with lovely far reaching views over Kedleston Hall Estate.... read more

Aston Court Hotel

In the heart of Derby, this traditional city centre hotel offers free Wi-Fi internet access and friendly service.... read more

Florence Nightingale Suites at Lea Hurst

Florence Nightingale Suite at Lea Hurst is located in Highpeak Junction and offers free bikes, a garden and a shared lounge... read more

Derby Conference Centre

From discrete interview rooms to large residential conferences and team building events in a central location, Derby Conference Centre is th... read more

1 The Mews Derby

A delightful one-bedroomed self catering bungalow just on the edge of Derby city centre.... read more

How to Apply

The scheme is free to join and open to all businesses across the sector. 

To obtain the mark businesses must complete a self-assessment through our online platform including a check-list confirming they have put the necessary processes in place, before receiving certification and the ‘We’re Good To Go’ mark for display in their premises and online. 

Businesses across the UK are required to follow their respective national guidance, including the social distancing and cleanliness protocols that must be in place. In England, businesses must align with the UK Government’s official guidance for the sector which was published yesterday. 

The Government's guidance for hotels and accommodation providers - such as campsites, caravan parks and short term lets - indoor and outdoor visitor attractions and conference and events centres outlines the processes and facilities that tourism businesses in England need to put in place before re-opening, so that both staff and visitors can be kept safe.

These include:

  • Hotels and accommodation providers will need to introduce deep cleaning regimes between guests.
  • Meal services including breakfasts will need to be pre-booked and timed, and shared facilities will only be accessible to one family group at a time.
  • Timed tickets will be introduced for exhibitions, theme parks, galleries and attractions to reduce the number of visitors in locations at the same time.
  • One way systems, clear floor markings and a queue management system should be in place to maintain social distancing measures at all attractions and help to limit contact between both staff and visitors.
  • Organisations should also encourage cashless payments throughout to avoid cross contamination.
  • In addition, visitor attractions will need to introduce regular deep cleaning regimes across their site and some interactive displays will need to be temporarily closed. 
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An ‘alert’ system has also been set up to ensure that businesses signed up to the ‘We’re Good To Go’ industry standard are notified if there are changes to the official guidance. A call-handling service will provide support and assessors will also carry-out random spot-checks to ensure businesses are adhering to the guidance. 

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