COVID FAQ

 

Please read our COVID operating plan below.

The way we have to operate is very different from 'normal times'- please read all the details below so you have a good idea what to expect. 

 

On a Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, you must be a member or a member's guest.

We have two 'COVID officers' (SIA approved) who will be working on Fridays and Saturdays. This is to ensure that everyone enjoys their visit whilst complying with the new rules in a safe and organised manner.

Opening Times:

Monday - Friday: 4pm to 11pm

Saturday - Sunday: 12.30pm to 11pm

What are the new rules?

We are allowed to open inside from May 17th and six people can sit together from different households, or a total of two households (if more than 6 people). You must wear a mask inside unless seated. Once seated, you must stay seated at your table unless going to the toilet or leaving. Table service is in operation. Outside, groups of 30 people can sit together.

On entry, you must provide your details for Track & Trace- refusal to do so will mean you are turned away.

How are we operating?

On a Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, you must be a member or a member's guest.

Please be patient when waiting for your ordered drinks!

We have a take-away service for non-members, and for members once all the tables are full. In line with GMCL rules, visiting members from other cricket clubs will be classed as members for the day of their away match against ECRC.

Do I have to reserve a table?

Only our heated pods can be pre-booked by our members.

Please email ecrcbookings@gmail.com with the following info:

  1. Number of guests

  2. Date of booking

  3. Desired times (from and to)

  4. Contact phone number

We aim to reply to enquiries within 48 hours, please remember that bookings are only confirmed when we reply! Bookings cannot be made less than 24 hours in advance.

Will the club be showing sporting events?
Yes- we show all matches on BT Sport and Sky Sports, inside only.

What COVID measures are in place?
Hand sanitiser will be available at our entrance & exits, and in the toilets. You must wear a mask indoors when not seated. Tables will be sanitized when groups leave. Contact points will be regularly sanitised. 

How will the club collect information for NHS Track and Trace?
New Track & Trace requirements mean that everyone attending the club will need to ensure their details have been captured (unless for take-away service). To conform with the new requirements, refusal to provide your contact details will mean we have no choice but to turn you away. We recommend downloaded the NHS Covid app so you can scan our QR code, but we will also have written forms. The forms will be securely destroyed after 21 days. Customers’ details will not be stored electronically or shared with any third party, except NHS Test and Trace, if it requests them within the 21-day retention period. By providing your details, you are consenting to their release by ECRC to NHS Test and Trace. Your data protection rights will apply.