We’re Good To Go!

Update: We’re Good to Go, the industry standard that has supported businesses throughout the pandemic, has now closed.

VisitEngland, VisitScotland, Visit Wales and Tourism Northern Ireland have agreed this key partnership initiative has achieved what it set out to and collectively thank all businesses who stepped up to the challenge that enabled us and each business to demonstrate the COVID-19 protocols they have put in place to keep visitors safe.

Businesses who achieved the standard have been asked to remove the logo from their website and Roots Revealed has complied with this request.


Roots Revealed is delighted to have achieved the ‘We’re Good to Go’ standard that shows we meet government and tourism industry guidelines for COVID-19. While our genealogy research continues, we’re happy to be open again for business for private and small group tours – more information may be found on our Tours page.

We’re happy to answer any queries, so don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Email: enquiries@rootsrevealed.co.uk



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