Updated Covid policy
Effective 19th July 2021
STAYING COVID-19 SECURE
The safety of our visitors and exhibitors is Warner's number one priority.
We will continue to comply with government guidance on managing the risk of COVID-19 and work together with the venue and local council to ensure your safety on site.
COVID-19 guidance is constantly being reviewed and Warner’s will look to follow the relevant guidance at that time on our show sites.
Warner’s will offer 24 hour first aid on-site for anyone needing advice. A first aid contact number will be published in the show guide for people to call.
There will be a Covid 19 quarantine room available on-site. However, if you are showing symptoms please do not arrive on site. Stay home and isolate. If you develop symptoms on site, return home, isolate and call the NHS line for guidance.
Signage will be displayed prominently, in common areas, around site and this together with public addresses will repeat messages about the importance of continued hands, face, space message.
Signage on entry to the entertainment venues with protocols will be displayed.
We will have an information office on our rally show sites to answer any queries you may have. Limited numbers at any one time will be permitted.
We will endeavour to bring you entertainment on our shows for 2021, as advertised.
Warner’s will look to encourage visitors to wear face coverings in crowded and enclosed settings
This will include;
Indoor entertainment venues when walking around and not seated (not required on the dance floor, that is personal choice)
Bus trips whilst in transit
Note: Face coverings are no longer required by law, but the government expects and recommends that people should continue to wear them in crowded and enclosed settings, to protect themselves and others. Where worn correctly, this can reduce the risk of transmission.
Registering on site
Warner’s will continue to display QR codes around site, so that customers can check in using the NHS COVID-19 app.
Social distancing rules ceased to exist from 19 July, Warner’s will however, continue to consider crowd management methods to prevent overcrowding and bottlenecks at certain points.
Sanitizer and masks will be available on the entrance to entertainment venues.
Traders are encouraged to have sanitizer on stands.
Warner’s will continue to take steps to reduce the risk of transmission at the event
Continuing with robust cleaning and hygiene protocols. Ensuring indoor venues have adequate ventilation