Saunabar in Bournemouth is under investigation for breaking Coronavirus rules and regulations
According to BCP Council Cllr May Haines, portfolio holder for community safety
“We can confirm that we received two complaints on October 7 regarding this venue and that an investigation is being undertaken.”
“Saunas and steam rooms were permitted to reopen from 1 October.
“As with all businesses, they need to comply with the legislation specific to their businesses.
“Government guidance is now backed up by legislation and we will take further action where necessary to protect our community.”
“Our economic development team and environmental health services continue to support businesses across the conurbation in their efforts to operate safely and successfully and we’d like to thank the vast majority of businesses for working so hard to ensure they comply.”
Saunabar was actually up for sale during this pandemic as the asking price was $39,000.00 – touting among its features a licensed bar, eleven years left on its lease and renewable, landlord in direct contact and very flexible
Whoever is in charge now, management of the Saunabar were unavailable for comment
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