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Phased re-opening of The Research Hub

We are pleased to say that we have been able to adapt our research on many projects over the recent months during the pandemic and we have been following the guidance based on the Government advice and the industry advice from MRS.

Subject to any changes in the government's roadmap out of lockdown, we have aligned ourselves with stages 2 and 3 depending on the project as we deal in food preparation for many of our clients.

12th April - Partial Opening, Limited Participants

We will be limiting the number of people into the hub to a maximum of 6 depending on the nature of the project, operating a one way system, compulsory face mask wearing and a full cleaning procedure after every session. What we will permit in terms of our sensory research projects will be reviewed on a case by case basis to ensure that we stay within the guidelines and protect the safety of our staff, clients and participants.

17th May - Full Opening

From the 17th May we will be fully open for all research opportunities involving food. Measures will still be in place around the number of people in any room at once, and face coverings and PPE will be used where necessary.

21st June - Back to 'Near Normal'

We hope that from this date we will operate as we did 'pre-pandemic' with additional safety measures around cleaning, hand sanitising and allowing a little more space. Not a problem when we have 4,000 square feet to play with!

All of the above plans will be in continuous review based on public feeling, the willingness of participants to take part in research and the safety of everyone involved.

We continue to successfully adapt briefs and projects to fit with current restrictions. If you have something to talk to us about, just get in touch

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