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  • Coffee Morning – CANCELLED FOR JANUARY

    Coffee Morning – 10.30am to 11.45am QVH Coffee Mornings are usually held on the second Saturday of the month (but October’s is always part of Apple Day). Everyone is welcome to come. It is a good opportunity to catch up with your friends and neighbours, whilst enjoying a drink and a slice of home-made cake. We aim to be Covid-safe, with ventilation, spacing, and sanitiser use being the key precautions. The Quenington Archives can be made available to view – they are located in the upstairs office.

  • Covid Plan B – hall hirers need to check whether or not their activities are exempt from wearing face covering

    The Government announced that England is moving to Plan B in response to the risks of the Omicron variant: Wear a face covering in most indoor public places and on public transport Get tested and self-isolate if required Work from home, if you can Get vaccinated Let fresh air in if you meet indoors. Meeting outdoors is safer. Check the government website for the latest information: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/covid-19-coronavirus-restrictions-what-you-can-and-cannot-do From 10 December, face coverings will be required by law in most indoor public places and on public transport, including taxis. See a full list of places where you must wear a face covering. There are some exemptions. You do not have to wear a face covering in hospitality settings such as cafés, restaurants and pubs. This is because it is not practical to keep removing face coverings to eat or drink. You do not need to wear a face covering in nightclubs or certain other night-time venues, including dance halls and discotheques. This is because it is not recommended that you wear a face covering while exercising or during strenuous physical activity, including dancing. Settings which are exempt from wearing a face covering include: Restaurants, cafés and canteens Bars and shisha bars Gyms & exercise facilities Photography studios Nightclubs, dance halls and discotheques In indoor settings where a face covering is not legally required, you should still continue to wear a face covering in crowded and enclosed spaces where you may come into contact with other people you do not normally meet.

  • Village Hall – open with Covid precautions in place

    The hall is now open to most activities. However, users are still required to keep certain Covid precautions in place, including hand sanitising, ventilation, and cleaning the frequently-touched surfaces at end of session. Please contact the trustees on queningtonvillagehall@gmail.com if you have any queries.

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