Join businesses from across Moray Speyside at Elgin Town Hall on 26th May for the Visit Moray Speyside Tourism Conference
Applications are now open for eligible businesses to apply for funding from the December & January Hospitality and Leisure Top-Up funds.
The Visit Moray Speyside office will close for the Christmas break on Christmas Eve at 12pm and will reopen on 4th January 2022. We can still be contacted on 01309 678 150 throughout the break, and we will continue to provide COVID updates on email and on our social media channels as and when there […]
DECEMBER 16TH Scottish Government have published revised guidance for businesses and workplaces on reducing the risk of COVID-19 and supporting staff and customers. Protection measures are either mandatory legal requirements to reduce the transmission of COVID-19 or guidance only (DOWNLOAD HANDY VISUAL GUIDE.) The new measures come into effect from 00:01 on Friday 17th December […]
The Covid-19 pandemic has affected almost every aspect of life, from the country’s economic performance to the way we interact with our friends and loved ones. Ongoing lockdowns, restrictions and uncertainty have changed day-to-day living completely, and possibly permanently. Scary isn’t it? Now imagine yourself as a young person trying to enter the world of […]
New Industry Recruitment Campaign Launched A brand new campaign has been launched to encourage young people between 18 – 35 to choose a career in tourism and hospitality. The campaign will run on social media, online and across a range of channels from 5th July until 15th August and will support businesses looking to fill […]
Wednesday 2nd June 2021 First Minister Nicola Sturgeon yesterday confirmed that Moray along with the majority of Scotland had remained on track and would be moving to Level 1. The move will be from 00:01 on Saturday 5 June 2021. The First Minister has stated that this is a “cautious easing of restrictions” but is very […]
Friday 21st May 2021 First Minister Nicola Sturgeon today confirmed that Moray’s COVID-19 rate has reduced sufficiently to allow the region to move into Level Two as from MIDNIGHT TONIGHT (Friday 21st May) This is welcome news for everyone, but it is far from the end of the road and we must all now work as hard […]
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon confirmed that despite encouraging progress over the last week, Moray’s COVID-19 rate is still too high to allow us to move into level two. The region will therefore remain in Level three for a further period, with travel in and out of the area prohibited other than for permitted purposes. The situation will be […]
At today’s Scottish Government press conference, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon confirmed that as a result of Moray’s concerning COVID-19 rate, Moray is likely to remain in Level 3 for a further period, with travel in and out of the area prohibited other than for permitted purposes. A final decision on this will be made at the […]
Many of you will have seen or heard about the recent news headlines and social media posts regarding a rise in COVID-19 cases in Moray Speyside. This page provides Covid-19 information for businesses in Moray.
Updated Sector Guidance – Friday 16th April The Scottish Government has now issued updated tourism and hospitality sector guidelines for tourism businesses aimed at helping you get ready for opening. The Guidance is far from exhaustive, but should provide you with the info you need to make sure you’re adhering to the updated requirements for […]
Business Resilience – Legal RisksWith Harper MacLeodThursday 29th April – 13:00 – 14:00By Zoom Visit Moray Speyside are delighted to be working in collaboration with Harper MacLeod on this lunchtime webinar. Peter McLuckie and Ewan Stafford who are Senior Associates at Harper Macleod will be discussing “Business Resilience and Legal Risks”. This webinar will be […]
Small Accommodation Providers paying Council Tax Fund (SAP-CTF) – designed to support eligible B&Bs, guest houses and self-catering accommodation that are not on Non Domestic Rates, but pay Council Tax
COVID-19 Funding Update from the Scottish Government on COVID Tourism grant funding and Support for Larger Self-Catering Premises, Exclusive Use Properties and B&Bs Details of support for larger self-catering properties and B&Bs paying council tax have been confirmed by Tourism Secretary Fergus Ewing. Holiday accommodation providers, including self-catering properties, exclusive use properties, B&Bs and other […]