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Sandy Park Conference & Banqueting Centre is ready to welcome customers back for business.

Having been forced to shut their doors since March following the global outbreak of Covid-19, staff have now been given the green light to host meetings and events of up to 30 people inside the region’s premier venue.

Events and hospitality association, the HBAA, have confirmed that the government’s guidance permits meetings of up to 30 people to now take place, whilst all general events will be able to commence from October 1.

During the lockdown period – and more recently – retained staff at Sandy Park have been working extensively behind the scenes to demonstrate that it has followed the official Covid-19 guidance.

This has included key staff undergoing new training, as well as Sandy Park itself achieving the industry-standard ‘We’re Good To Go’ mark, which helps reassure customers that the venue adheres to all Government and public health guidance.

Sandy Park Managing Director, Natasha Pavis, said: “It would be a huge understatement to say the past few months have been a challenge for all us. However, we are excited that we can at last start to welcome customers back to Sandy Park.

“We are aware, of course, that we are now operating in different times, but as a venue we are conscious of the important role we have to play in ensuring the safety of our staff and our customers.

“It’s therefore vital that now we are able to open again, albeit for small groups, we provide a safe and welcoming environment, which helps to imbue confidence amongst customers.”

Customers who will use Sandy Park will be asked to adhere to new regulations and procedures during their visit.

For more details on what Sandy Park has to offer, please call 01392 427427 or email events@sandypark.co.uk

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