COVID-19 Period Updates
Update following end of Government restrictions 19th July 2021
Although Government COVID-19 restrictions have ended, there is still a high rate of Virus transmission and even though most people are vaccinated, there is still a potential for serious harm to individuals.
Therefore, the following rules apply to the use of the RBC building.
Do not enter the building if you have any COVID symptoms, are self-isolating or are waiting for the results of a COVID test.
If you use the NHS COVID-19 app, then you should check in to the building using the QR code on the front door and obey any message the app gives you regarding self-isolation.
Please respect other people’s space and keep your distance from others as far as possible.
Remember to regularly wash your hands and use hand sanitiser when entering and leaving the building.
Avoid physical contact with people you do not usually live with
Face coverings must be worn while moving around the shared areas of the building such as the entrance hall, corridors, and toilets. Other face covering polices can be set by individual groups depending on their own risk assessments.
Only two people are allowed in the kitchen at any one time. Use face coverings when serving people and ensure utensils and surfaces are clean when you have finished.
Fire exits should be open during meetings to ensure good ventilation. Use of the fire exits to leave the building is recommended to avoid two-way traffic in the corridors.
Any church members (or indeed anyone member of the public) who is in particular difficulty should contact us via the form below, and we will see what we can do.
COVID-19 Risk Assessment
Details of our current risk assessment is here
COVID-19 Period Help Request
If you need help during the COVID-19 period, then please fill in the form below, and we will contact you to see what we can do:
By clicking "Send" below, you agree that we can hold your information, until it is no longer needed.
: this is a form currently only for testing purposes. Contact your local church if you really do need help.)