Clubhouse operating policy & procedures during COVID-19
As the government eases restrictions, we are delighted that the world is finally set to re-open, and families will once again be able to venture out with their little ones to enjoy new places, activities, and experiences together.
Despite great progress with the UK vaccination programme, our little ones are not yet protected and, with infection rates continuing to peak and many families travelling overseas during the holidays, we must remain cautious.
The safety and well-being of our member community and our team remains our first priority, so here are a few safety measures we will be maintaining over the coming weeks:
Our three daily sessions remain in place. These prevent overcrowding and enable us to deep clean our spaces between sessions so we can continue to operate as safely as possible.

Our opening times will be extended, with the last session of the day now running from 3pm to 6.30pm.

We advise members to call or book ahead to avoid disappointment, but of course if you can’t we will squeeze you in if we possibly can!

social distancing
Social distancing will be relaxed, with more tables available within our brasserie and more spaces available to book at each session.

Classes and parties will resume normal service, with capacity based on the room and venue.

protecting each other
Our staff continue to wear face coverings whilst working and will be temperature-checked daily, upon arrival.

Members and their guests are required to sanitise hands and have temperatures checked upon arrival.

We ask that members continue to wear masks while using our indoor spaces (except when seated at a table) in consideration towards other members and our team.

With your continued support for just a few more weeks, these small actions will go a long way to keeping our community safe and well. We are closely monitoring government guidance and will regularly review and update you on our policies.

Thank you for your cooperation!

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