Snowriders Toga social at The Roundabout
Snowriders yearly toga social is back, but looking different with covid-secure details as outlined on our new code-of-conduct and risk assessment. Drink and socialise under the 'new normal', wearing a white toga! Hosted by committee (in red togas) at The Roundabout.
Please sign up via the SU website, as due to covid we need to know who will be attending and allocate people to tables of 6.
Wear a white toga, and be ready to have a great night in true Snowriders style! You don't need to be a member, anyone can come as long as you have signed up on the website.
Please see our Facebook page for further details and updates. Looking forward to seeing you all!
Please read and adhere to the code of conduct below, anyone who should not adhere to it risks expulsion from the club and further action being taken with the SU.
PLYMOUTH SNOWRIDERS SOCIALS CODE OF CONDUCT
THESE CAN CHANGE AND WE WILL ABIDE BY GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES
Only attend Plymouth Snowriders social events if you are showing no signs of symptoms associated with COVID 19 Download the NHS TRACK & Trace COVID 19 for easy access to the venue. If this is not possible, alternate QR scan codes or pen and paper will be made available. RULE OF 6 will apply at all times. No more than 6 people per table at any time No swapping of tables, moving furniture or chairs
Facemasks to be worn at all times unless you are seated
Download the MORE APP to order food and drink. If you have issues with this full table service will be provided Music or sound must not exceed conversational levels so as to avoid the spread of COVID 19 via particles reaching nearby tables Whilst walking around in the venue you are not to engage in conversation with other tables Both drinking and eating must be done so sat down
Use the exit and entrance to the venue accordingly
Smoking is permitted externally in the designated areas
Wash hands thoroughly and use the hand sanitiser provided as often as is convenient Socially distance in the various cross over points within the venue e.g. stairs, toilets Stay to your left when crossing people on the stairs
If you have any issues with what’s listed don’t hesitate to ask a committee member or member of staff any questions you might have.
We are very lucky to have in person socials given the circumstances and although the rules are numerous, they are there to keep you safe and to make sure we can keep having fun throughout the year.
Both the members of staff and committee members are here to make sure you lot are having fun but to do that we’ve got to keep you and the others around us safe, so follow the rules and let’s try to keep a good thing going.