If you haven't already seen our Corona policy, then please take a look at the below, especially taking in the bits about camping and race site.
The UK Government has allowed outside group organised activities to go ahead under its roadmap guidance which started on 12 April 2021.
Under the current rules, ‘organised outdoor sport and physical activity for adults and children can return and are exempt from legal gathering limits.’
This is good news in that we can get back to Hog Hill for the first time in one-and-a-half years!
Our operation will be keeping strictly within the Government guidelines that can be viewed here:
The two venues, Redbridge Cycling Centre (skating) and Lambourne End (camping) have individual rules to which we must comply.
Redbridge Cycle Centre
Registration is to take place outside.
Queues for signing in will be socially distanced.
There should only be one person in the building at any one time, so a one-in, one-out policy should be followed.
A one-way system for the building should be followed. Entry will be through the main double doors, with exit at the rear towards the hill.
Thee will be no showers, changing-room, nor meeting-room facilities available.
Toilet facilities will be open, but again (as far as is possible) this should be on a one-in, one out policy.
The cafe will be open for simple drinks and snacks. Food and drink will be passed through a serving hatch to the outside.
Please maintain your social bubble as far as possible.
Music (read bands) is not allowed at this event, however the hut will be available for cooking.
The toilets will be open, and like Hog Hill, there should be a one-in, one-out policy where possible.
Showers will not be available.
If you are using the cooking facilities, then please use the sanitation kit provided to wipe down surfaces after use. Try to maintain distance from others by cooking at different times. Where possible, takeaways are recommended.
Thank you for your help!