The club committee met last night, and we wish to assure all members and visitors that your safety is of the upmost importance to us.
We are closely monitoring all government advice, and are taking extra precautions at the clubhouse- including increasing the cleaning of all touch points with an anti-bacterial alcohol based cleaner, on an hourly bases during the day when external agencies are using the club house and on all training sessions and match day games, plus ensuring all staff following the recommendation and regular wash they hands with soap and hot water frequently throughout the day.
Currently all games/training will take place this weekend, Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th March. What we do ask it players bring and use they own drinking bottles only- those teams that have brought water bottles, please do not use them for the foreseeable future.
The advice from the RFU and Kent rugby relating to tours is to follow the advice form the government. Age groups are therefore directed to the following website to ensure they have the most up to date information.
Participants in Rugby events and club facilities are obviously free to make their own judgements as are parents in relation to their children’s participation.
Government advice can and will change depending on how the current strategy works and so the Rugby community in Kent should remain alert for further advice from the Government which we will keep updated on this site. Enjoy your Rugby this weekend