Published 15:32 on 2 Oct 2020
Brixham Yacht Club is required to make a few but significant changes to comply with the new Government requirement announced this week. I have summarised these and their affect in this do's and don'ts list. Please also be aware that in busy times there may be a delay in service.
We are doing our best to keep you all safe and follow the guidelines. Please follow the rules carefully, the fines are large, particularly for your Club
- Wear a mask/face covering on entering the Club.
- Follow the one-way system and established sanitising and social distancing.
- Ensure you swipe your membership card before moving to any part of the club.
- When you have ordered your drinks/food go directly to your table. Your order will be brought to your table
- Ensure that you have left the Club by 22.00 hrs. Please note, there is no "drinking up" time
- Do not remove your face mask/covering at anytime except when sitting at your table
- Do not move any tables or chairs to increase/alter the current arrangements.
- Do not try to book for more than 6 persons at a table.
- Do not move around the Club to socialise with friends and colleagues.
- Do not make it necessary for the staff or Directors to ask you to comply with the new requirements.
I am sure you will have recognised that with the exception of the face mask and the closing time of 22.00, the above requirements are those that existed prior to the recent announcement, but have become a little relaxed over the intervening weeks. However, the new requirements are now legally enforceable and have implications for you as an individual and us as a Club in regards to fines for non-compliance.
Can I take this opportunity to thank you in advance for your patience and help in making your visit to the Club enjoyable and safe. It's perhaps worth saying that wearing a mask may make breathing a little uncomfortable, but be assured Covid won't make it any better!
On behalf of the Directors and your Covid team - Michael Willis & Adrian Morrall
Last updated 13:35 on 9 January 2021