The health, safety and wellbeing of our members is paramount during the current pandemic.

aff's response

Whilst the government have lifted covid restrictions in the UK from July 15th, covid has still not gone away and still remains a real threat. Therefore, as members of our club you must still be responsible for yourself and other members of the club when attending any club activity or a group social run. If you show any signs of covid symptoms or have been told to isolate by the NHS track and trace app or if you have children that have been sent home from school to isolate then you MUST NOT attend any club activity until you have completed the required isolation period. This also applies if you travel abroad to a country that requires you to isolate on return.

As a club we are no longer obliged to maintain a track and trace system or social distancing, however the EA guidelines recommend that we should still do whilst covid is still present. Therefore, we will still keep a register of everyone that attends a training session, for now, by asking you to add your name on the day, there is no need to inform us that you will or wont be attending. We will still try and respect social distancing whenever possible

Please ensure you read, understand and comply with our club Covid-19 Risk Assessments and disclaimer.

- Mark Billington, AFF Chairman

Mark Waine & Samantha Walters are your Covid-19 coordinators.

Be responsible and stay safe!

Keeping you safe

The health, safety and wellbeing of our members is paramount during the current pandemic.

Therefore any training, when permitted, must take place following all Government and England Athletics Guidelines. As part of these Guidelines, all training must take place in a ‘Covid Secure Environment’ and to comply with this the club is required to carry out and publish Risk assessments on all of the club activities for members to follow. These are reviewed on a monthly basis or sooner if any guideline changes occur.

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