In order to make Stitch Club a safe space to be we will continue to follow government guidelines and ask that you also help us with this.
Please do not come to Stitch Club if you, or someone you have been in contact with, is unwell. Specifically: anyone who themselves has coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms, such as a raised temperature, a new persistent cough, or a loss or change to their sense of smell or taste, or if anyone they have been in contact with has the same, stay at home. Please let me know, via text or WhatsApp so that we can notify anyone who needs to know.
Masks are no longer mandatory, if you feel more comfortable wearing one, then please do. If you feel uncomfortable being in a group where noone is wearing a mask, please let us know.
We will continue to make the outdoor space available and the door and/or windows will be open throughout the session. So please wrap up to keep warm! We will still heat, but will not make a toasty cosy space anymore as this is no longer ideal.
When dropping off and collecting, if you need to leave your car, please make sure that you maintain appropriate safe distance. Try to be on time for pick up as we may need to clean in preparation for a following class.
Sanitiser will still be available should you wish to use it and the equipment and hard surfaces will be kept clean.
We have installed and will run throughout all sessions a HEPA air filter. It filters the air in the studio approximately 4 times in an hour and should remove aerosols that may contain the virus from the air.
We will keep a record of who has attended each session. This information may be required by the government’s track and trace system. I will not share it unless required to do so by this directive. We are required to keep this information and make it available for a period of 21 days.
If you have any concerns about our plans please do get in touch. Our aim is to provide a comfortable place to spend much needed time-out creating and giving your brain a refreshing boost. We want you all to feel comfortable that you are in a safe space, so please feel free to let us know if we could do something differently.