Kirkby Lonsdale Road, Arkholme LA6 1AT
Changes to AVH: What you can expect
We have been working hard to adjust things at the Hall to keep all our visitors and volunteers safe.
- It will be the responsibility of the hirer to ensure any events or activities are carried out in accordance with applicable social distancing guidelines.
- You will enter and exit the building through the main door, which will only be available for hirers at their allotted booking time.
- Hand sanitising facilities will be available throughout the building.
- Facemasks must be worn at all times whilst inside the building
- We have limited occupancy for specific areas of the building (subject to variation due to type of event), once these numbers are reached we will be unable to admit anyone else
Main Hall - 22 people
Foyer - 12 people
Committee Room - 8 people
Kitchen - 2 people
The Post Office which has been running throughout lockdown will keep its usual hours. Please ensure you wear a face covering.
Customers will to be asked to queue in the foyer, socially distanced at 2 metres.
Group meetings and regular sports classes.
Please contact your organiser for yoga, Pilates, badminton, toddler group etc. The organisers of these events will be able to let you know when classes will restart. Some activities may have a start date later this year.
Enquiries can be made for hall bookings in the usual way either call 07716 122940 or email [email protected]
Weddings will be able to take place when government guidance allows and in accordance with restrictions on numbers.
There are many measures that we have put in place to adhere to the Covid 19 restrictions:
· Minimise contact with individuals who are unwell: Nobody should attend the premises if they have symptoms or are self-isolating due to symptoms in their household.
· Clean your hands often: Sanitiser or soap and water should be provided at entry and exit points, sanitiser and/or running water, soap and paper towels in toilets and kitchens.
· Respiratory hygiene: Everyone needs to be encouraged to avoid touching their mouth, eyes, and nose. Tissues need to be disposed of into a bin, then hands cleaned. A “Catch it, Bin it, Kill it” poster has been put up.
· Regular cleaning of surfaces that are touched frequently: including door handles, handrails, table tops, sinks, toilet areas, kitchen surfaces.
· Follow the latest government guidance on social distancing
As you will be aware, these changes may be with us for some time and we therefore ask you to bear with us during this challenging period of adjustment.
We will be updating this information on a regulally basis as things change so please look out for information on our social pages and the website