COVID SECURE GUIDELINES
These guidelines were correct as of the above date, but will change as necessary between rallies as government advice changes.
CMECCC aim to keep all BL members as safe as possible whilst attending our rallies, to which these guidelines are to give covid secure procedures which must be adhered to all times whilst attending the rally.
If you feel unwell or suspect you may have the symptoms of covid, DO NOT attend the rally
Prior to the rally, CMECCC will closely monitor the numbers booked onto the rally to ensure sufficient distancing of units to maintain the safe social distancing
Payment for the rally will be cash only, the correct amount as change will not be given.
No other cash will be taken on the rally. There will be no raffle, bonus ball etc
On arrival there will be no welcome letter or competitions etc. All communication will be verbal on arrival.
Members must stay in their vehicles until shown to their pitch.
There will be no organised social, coffee morning or food and drink supplied.
Members must maintain the social distancing and gatherings should only be at the level set out by the government.
Awnings are permitted but not for use of social gathererings. The use of sun canopies are acceptable but Gazebos cannot be erected.
Parents / guardians are fully responsible for their children at all times and must ensure they also follow the government guidelines.
Sanitizing equipment will be supplied from the Marshals unit to use around water taps and elsan points, where members must disinfect all touch points before and after use. We recommend no queuing. Please return after use.
All rubbish shall be taken home, unless the site owner / site management instruct otherwise.
Day visitors, including club members, must report to marshal on arrival to leave names and addresses. This is to aid the governments track and trace policy if there is an incident.
We are all in this together. All attending the rally has a responsibility to be mindful and considerate to their fellow ralliers, especially following procedures, practices and government guidelines.
The rally marshal is not expected to police non-compliance of these guidelines. Any member failing to respect this guidance will be spoken to by either the rally marshal or a committee member. Any persistent offences will result in the member being asked to leave the rally.
If you feel unwell or develop any symptoms of the virus onsite you should immediately self isolate, inform the marshal and go online to NHS111.
The affected unit should then leave the site as soon and as safely possible.