Please DO NOT visit the club if you have any symptoms, in particular a
cough or high temperature.
It is the responsibility of each member to decide whether they consider it
is safe for them to do so in line with Government recommendations,
especially if clinically vulnerable.
Play can only take place after booking a rink on-line, all participants
should be listed. Any member without computer access themselves should
make contact with someone who can book on their behalf. The rink should be
booked in the name of the member wishing to play. This information is
required to be kept for 21 days to assist NHS test and trace contain
clusters or outbreaks. Please DO NOT visit the club without a booking,
do not arrive more than ten minutes before your allotted time and please
leave straight afterwards, members should not congregate to socialise
after a roll-up.
Initially bookings will be taken for the following times. 12-1.00,
1.30-2.30, 3.00-4.00, 4.30-5.30 7 days a week. By making a booking you
agree to abide by these guidelines and consent to your personal details
being held. When requesting a rink on-line, please give 24 hoursí notice
and bear in mind that this is not an automated system. Colin is kindly
manually updating the diary when he can so please do not expect your
reservation to appear instantly as he may be otherwise engaged for a
Alternate rinks will be prepared by the greenkeeper and only those rinks
should be used.
Play is restricted to up to 4 people on each rink with social distancing
measures observed (a distance of 2m between people from different
households, or 1m plus mitigations (such as face coverings or avoiding
face-to-face contact) where 2m is not possible. Bowls England recommend 2m
is maintained.) There should be no handshake or personal contact before,
during or after play. Members should undertake sanitisation of the
equipment before and after use. Only one player should handle the
Jack and one the mat. Players should not handle bowls belonging to another
player. There will be no pushers, measures or scoreboards used.
You can book a rink to play on alone, or singles/pairs. As there is only
limited availability please be mindful of other players and do not make
Please arrive ready dressed for play - grey trousers/shorts/skirts and
white or club top. Shoes to be changed at the rink.
The equipment shed, veranda, clubhouse and changing rooms are not to be
used but access to the toilets will be available, please follow the
signage showing the safe pathway. The bar will remain closed and the
kitchen should not be utilised to make refreshments.
A limited number of spectators will now be permitted and they should email
their names and date of attendance in advance to pam.webc[at]hotmail.com
(or sign the visitorís book on arrival). By doing so the spectator will
agree to abide by the guidelines and consent to personal details being
held which may be used to assist NHS test and trace if required.
Both car park areas will be available so members can maintain social
distancing when arriving/leaving. There should not be more than 20 people
within the grounds at any time. No guest members of other clubs will be
permitted. You should not travel in a small motor vehicle with someone
from outside your household (for example you should not give a lift to any
players from outside your household nor accept one).
Please try to avoid using the toilets but if you do, wipe door handles or
anything you may touch and ensure you wash and dry your hands thoroughly.
Only one person in toilet area at a time.
There will be hand sanitisers available, but please bring any other
personal hand gels/gloves etc. you may wish to use. Please wash and
thoroughly dry your hands as soon as you return home.
No chairs/tables to be taken out from the clubhouse, so players and
spectators should bring their own should they need to sit down. Any
rubbish should be safely disposed of off-site as no bin collections will
The gate should be closed while members are on site and the last person to
leave the club premises should check that the clubhouse is locked with the
alarm set, gate secured and padlock attached.
All of these restrictions may alter as Government advice permits and the
committee reserve the right to take action if it is apparent that these
safety guidelines are not being followed.