United Masonic Club and Covid Restrictions.
When can we meet again?
I have been asked to put something on the site to explain when meetings can start again and the numbers allowed to attend.
Subject to any change, from May 17th, indoor meetings of up to 6 people is allowed. This may be able to be increased to 30 people if the premises have conducted a proper risk assessment.
The next step in the government roadmap is the removal of all legal limits on social contact. This will be on or after 21st June.
These are government rules.
As I understand it the club (Sheerness UMC) will not be changing its status on May 17th but is considering opening and allowing meetings to continue from June 21st.
There are talks about a possible 30 club meeting on June 21st, and Nore Command are hoping to hold their June meeting and De Shurland are hoping to hold an Initiation Meeting in July
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