The Trustees of the Hood Memorial Hall have announced that they intend to reopen the hall for users from Monday 7th September 2020.

In order to make this possible, the trustees have followed the regulations detailed in the Welsh Government document “Safe use of multi-purpose community centres (COVID-19)” and the Wales Council for Voluntary Action’s “Guidance for Community Centres reopening in Wales”, and produced a detailed action plan.

The action plan outlines the steps that the hall trustees, have implemented to minimise the risks of Covid-19 to their users. The document also outlines the responsibilities and requirements that anyone wishing to hire the hall will need to undertake. This includes both regular users and one-off hires. All users will need to produce their own documentation and risk assessment using the hall action plan and any guidance from their regulating body. Until that documentation has been submitted and approved by the hall trustees, they will be unable to use the hall.

The trustees hope to see the hall begin to be used by the community again soon, but will be constantly monitoring the Welsh government announcements, ensuring that the hall is in compliance with the most up to date regulations, guidance and advice.

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