An Update From The Chair

Compliance with Coronavirus regulations


New Coronavirus regulations affecting Liverpool come into operation on Saturday 3rd October which mean that you must not socialise with people outside of your own household. This means that you must not sit at tables next to people you don’t live with, nor stop and chat, say at the shop or anywhere else on the premises. There will be no circulating allowed, passing the time with people at other tables. The signing in form now requires you to provide an address and confirmation that all on the table live at the same address.


All of the other existing regulations remain in force. If you are with your family/household there must be no more than six at a table. You must wait to be served. Nobody must stand at the bar. You must wear a mask when you leave your table. And of course last orders will be at 9.30pm and the place must be closed by 10.00pm.


We will monitor compliance with these regulations at all times that the Centre is open and we trust you understand how important it is that we comply fully. Please respect the staff if they ask you to co-operate in any way. We want to keep our customers safe and all of our operations lawful.


In light of the above we will keep all of our activities under review and let you know of any changes to our programme. We intend to proceed with the events planned for this weekend and will review how they went on Monday . We know that the new regulations

will cause difficulties for many of our regular customers and we hope that we will be able to resume normal service as soon as possible.


Paul Hardiman

Chair

Liverpool Irish Centre.

Liverpool Irish Centre

6 Boundary Lane

Liverpool

L6  5JG

0151 263 1808

info@liverpoolirishcentre.org

Reg. Charity no. 1189855

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