Keeping you safe

As we adjust to the lifting of Covid safety measures, our staff will continue to give visitors extra space and we encourage visitors to respect others’ space.  Wearing masks for both staff and visitors is optional. 

We will continue to monitor numbers to ensure our venues do not become too crowded and we will maintain increased cleaning.  

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