You must not enter the Hall if you or anyone in your household has Covid 19 symptoms
If you develop Covid 19 symptoms within 10 days of visiting the Hall you must seek a Covid 19 test.
Maintain social distancing as far as possible from anyone you do not have regular contact with.
Use the hand sanitiser provided when you enter the Hall and wash your hands often with the soap and paper towels provided.
Avoid touching your face, nose or eyes. Wash your hands if you do.
Face coverings should be used in confined areas such as toilets and corridors unless an exemption applies such as health reasons or those aged under 11. You are encouraged to wear face coverings at busy or crowded events or if the event organiser asks you to in order to protect more vulnerable people.
Catch it, bin it, kill it. Tissues should be disposed of in one of the bins provided, then wash your hands.
Check that the organisers of your activity have cleaned door handles, equipment and surfaces before you arrive. The Hall is cleaned regularly but we cannot clean all surfaces at the Hall between each hire.
Try to take turns to use crowded areas such as kitchens, toilets and corridors. Sitting or standing next to someone is a lower risk than opposite them. Passing another person in a confined space is low risk.
Try to keep the Hall well ventilated but close doors and windows when leaving.