Covid risk assessment
9 July 2020
Message from General manager
Firstly, it is great to see that cricket has been allowed to start again in a training capacity back at North Parade. I would like to take this opportunity to thank our Director of Cricket Rob Maggs, our Head of Junior and Community Cricket, Jonathan Green and their team of coaches for the fantastic job they have done.
Most importantly they have ensured that comprehensive risk assessments have been completed and the government guidelines have been adhered to regarding social distancing. The engagement we have had from both seniors and juniors at training as been amazing. We have had 47 seniors at training each week and 172 juniors and ladies back in coaching programs from the 6th July.
With cricket now under way and competitive cricket around the corner I am pleased to inform you that the clubhouse and bar will be re-opening on the 16th July during and following senior training on Thursdays from 17:30 – 22:30.
The club house and bar will also be open during junior training and coaching sessions on a Monday, Tuesday and Friday for tea, coffee, soft drinks, and alcoholic beverages from 16:00 – 20:00 There will be hand sanitiser stations available inside and outside the club and signage around the clubhouse to help you maintain safe social distance whilst using all the facilities. Once we have re-opened, we will be looking to host more social occasions at the cricket club and re open the kitchen with a new and exciting menu very soon. This will be communicated to you all as soon as I know more. Please do follow us on our social media channels, twitter and facebook
Finally, can I please ask you to stay alert and self-screen before coming to the cricket club. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms of Covid-19, please do stay away and look after yourself and others who may be enjoying the facilities. We understand that you may be coming to enjoy yourselves in ‘bubbles’ however please respect the social distancing guidelines with those outside your immediate ‘bubble’. We have and will continue to temperature test our members before training with a contactless thermometer and we are required to take details of those who enter the clubhouse and use the facilities socially as part of the governments test and trace protocol. Attached is the risk assessments we have completed for both our cricket programs and our clubhouse for your perusal. If you have any query's or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me at email@example.com
I and the whole team at Bath Cricket Club really look forward to sharing a drink with you all and watching some cricket over the coming weeks.
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New Hospitality manager joins the club
6 October 2020
October Half Term Cricket Camp 2020
6 October 2020
Bath Wanderers 2020
25 September 2020