Councillor Sean Morgan, council cabinet member with responsibility for the economy said: “We are doing all we can to support local businesses in the recovery phase of Covid-19.
“We realise that this has been a hugely challenging time and we are doing all we can to put things in place to allow businesses to trade within the guidelines and make the experience a safe and enjoyable one for customers.
Blackwood ward councillor Kevin Etheridge has also supported the move.
“I hope it attracts additional business for the cafes on the high street, as we must protect all our small traders here in Blackwood,” he said.
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