Coronavirus / Covid-19 Update

Stay Alert, Control the Virus, Save Lives



Coronavirus Update: CakeArt The Studio continues to closely monitor the potential impact of COVID-19 (“Coronavirus”) on its business, customers and students. Following the UK Government announcement of a UK Coronavirus plan and the current World Health Organisation (WHO) standard recommendations for the virus, The CakeArt Studio is implementing the following steps to minimise infection risk to employees and customers.

All students who have made bookings to attend any classes at The CakeArt Studio during the ‘Coronavirus lockdown’ will be contacted by email and offered an alternative course date or gift voucher note to use (this will have no expiry date) to the full amount of the class previously booked. For more information please view our cancellation policy. If for any reason you have not been contacted by email, please let us apologise for the oversight. Please get in touch with us as soon as possible.

We have currently put all courses on hold. We believe the health and safety of all our students and staff are and should be the top priority. We will continue to monitor the situation and provide further updates as we can.

We are regularly informing ourselves with up to date information on virus prevention and isolation protocols aimed at minimising risk ready for when we will be allowed to start trading again.

Our business is continually monitoring the information and implementing the advice and protocols recommended by UK Government, WHO and Centre for Disease Control (CDC). 

We are evaluating the potential effects of any interruption to our business. This process will involve identifying potential threats to our business and our students and staff, such as the inability to perform critical and essential processes.

We ask everyone to closely follow the infection control measures recommended by UK public health agencies. These include:

• Frequently washing hands by using alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water.

• When coughing and sneezing, cover the mouth and nose with a flexed elbow or tissue – throw the tissue away immediately and wash hands.

• Anyone who has a fever, cough or feels unwell or suspects they may have the infection will be asked to contact the NHS services immediately and avoid contact with others until advised on next steps.

• Travellers returning from the high-risk areas (Category 1) are being advised to self-isolate, even if asymptomatic, and use the NHS services to find out what to do next. Those returning from Category 2 areas are being informed to self-isolate if they develop symptoms and call NHS services.

• Following company protocols for dealing with waste which could be contaminated.

an illustration of the coronavirus strain