Since March 2020 the Club has been unable to operate normally and on occasions it has been necessary to close our doors to meet Government regulations.
As we go into and out of lockdown, and with Covid related restrictions changing frequently, the Club has to tackle the delicate task of planning activities that are safe to attend whilst remaining compliant with both the spirit and letter of the law.
Naturally, this requires not only some new and hopefully temporary rules to be put in place, but also asks for understanding and patience. This is new to us all.
When the Club is open for indoor activities, and until the rules are relaxed, we ask that all members and visitors to the Club sign themselves in, for trace and tracking purposes, sanitise their hands on entry to the building, and have their temperature taken (non-contact thermometer). If you have the NHS Trace and Track app on your mobile phone, please scan the QR Code.
There is a one way system for us all to follow, to minimise contact and maintain social distancing as far as practically possible. It is clearly marked, please try to follow the arrows.
The club is continuously cleaned and is maintained to a high level of hygiene.
Following Government regulations, face masks are obligatory when moving around the Club and when not seated. If engaging in face to face activities (bridge, scrabble), we would ask that all wear face visors when seated, and players sanitise their hands between deals (bridge) or when selecting letters (scrabble).
Please make all payments by card (Club card or credit card) whenever possible, try to avoid handling cash.
If we all follow the rules, we can maintain the Club as a relatively safe environment for the benefit of us all.
Refurbished Private Dining Room
We have recently refurbished the Private Dining Room, which dependent on COVID restrictions, will be available for private members events, such as private birthday, anniversary celebrations or simply a cosy dinner for friends. Please contact Lyn for details.
Would I Lie?
In a shameless copy of the popular television programme "Would I Lie to You" Club Members enjoyed the opportunity to try to decide whether our panel members were telling whacky truths, or brazen lies over a delicious three course supper. It is surprising how good some of our more innocent looking members were at deceiving us!
Ladies Lunch 21st May
Outside drinks being enjoyed by our members on a sunny evening
Rambling on Cleeve Hill
Covid Safe Scrabble & Bridge
New Club Members enjoy games in a safe environment!
Booze, Balloons & Burials
A history of the High Street Cheltenham