Update 19th May 2021
Following the latest guidance easing restrictions Trojans bar is now able to serve customers indoors on the following basis:-
Groups of 6 or two households an be seated inside.
Groups of 30 can be seated outside.
Every customer over 16 much check in with NHS track and trace or provide contact details.
People will still need to order eat and drink while seated indoors.
Face coverings must be worn at all times when not seated, e.g. leaving the building, going to the toilet etc
Capacity will remain restricted , due to distancing requirements.
Please follow all notices posted in the clubhouse.
Update 20th April 2021
The club is open using current government guidelines. This is primarily for outdoor sport and use of toilets. Please see the Squash tab for squash use.
The bar is open from 17:00 for outside service.
A further update will follow post 17th May.
Update 27th March:
The Board is pleased to announce that the club will be open from Monday 29th March in line with government and national sporting body guidelines.
- ONLY outside sporting facilities will be available at this time. (Organised Participation)
- The main club entrance will be open as will toilets, access to running water and first aid facilities but with strict access guidelines. These will be displayed at the club.
The remainder of the clubhouse remains closed
PLEASE see your sport section website for more details re Covid restrictions for your sport.
Hopefully we will be open up for squash after the 12th April.
We are also working to ensure the bar and other facilities can open in line with government guidelines from 12th April.
More details will be published as appropriate.
26th January 2021
The Government guidelines need to be followed. This means that no-one should come to the club on a casual basis which includes personal exercise, walking the dog etc.
Thank you for your co-operation.
24th December 2020
Following the latest Covid guidelines for Tier 4 from the afternoon of 24th December the WHOLE club (clubhouse and pitches) will be closed.
We will publish an update once more information about Tier 4 and sport is known. This is not likely to change before the New Year.
As more information comes forward from the governing bodies of each sport we hope to be able to change this and accommodate the members as best we can.
Thank you for your co-operation
A GREAT BIG THANK YOU TO THOSE WHO HAVE SPENT SO MUCH TIME ENSURING OUR SAFETY
We have had our first requirement to use the track and trace. A hockey member who was in the bar on Saturday 10th October in the early evening tested 'positive' on Tuesday 13th October.
Hockey has moved forward with implementing its procedures including cancelling some games this weekend.
A further update will be posted as necessary.