APRIL 2021 UPDATE - We've now released our tentative 'roadmap' for restarting group face-to-face activities in a staggered way.
Until further notice, the new information in the link above replaces the information below.
Lower risk events are covered by our new, simplified events guidance documents.
Events guidance reduces the time you need to spend on risk management, whilst ensuring you can provide a safe environment for members and visitors to take part in different kinds of activities. It removes your responsibility for managing emergencies such as fire and first aid incidents.
Use the same guidance document to record all events of the same type.
Events guidance during COVID
If your group is not involved in the pilot, all face-to-face activities must remain suspended.
If you are restarting or starting a new event or activity during COVID-19 this is what you will need to do:
Follow the links to access guidance and all supporting documents for each type of event you are organising.
Please be aware the documentation laid out below is NOT IN USE AT THIS TIME. The Community Networks team will inform you when these activities can resume.
- Meetings in a member’s home
- Coach trips where vehicle and coach are hired
- Cheering points, information points and single stalls -
- Throwing powder paint
- Collections in pre-agreed premises
- Use of gazebo at third party events