Covid 19

St Tewdrics House – Welcome Back

Getting ready to re-open makes us very happy. The health, safety and well-being of our guests and team remains our number one priority. We have reviewed all our procedures across each part of our business to ensure that we keep everyone safe and we will continue to review our approach based upon the Welsh Government guidelines and Public Health Wales.

We would be happy to speak to you if you have any questions or concerns so please contact us at weddings@sttewdrics.co.uk

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The changes we have made:

Health Checks
Our team when returning to work, must complete a mandatory health screening with daily health declarations completed to ensure they are symptom free and fit to work.

Any team member showing symptoms will be immediately sent home and required to self-isolate for 14 days and follow government guidelines before returning to work.

Signposted hand sanitiser stations will be available in the House and Courtyard and we welcome you to use them at any point during your visit with us.

We ask that if you or any accompanying person are showing symptoms of Covid-19 that you postpone your viewing appointment.


Team Training, Sanitising and Hygiene
All of our team will be briefed and trained in our new enhanced sanitising procedures and the responsibility they have to our visitors and their colleagues.

High contact points will be sanitised after every viewing.

Extra sanitiser is located at all entry and exit points for our team to use when entering and leaving their place of work.


Personal Protection
Personal protective equipment is provided for necessary tasks and in use in accordance with government guidelines.

Face masks are now required to be worn throughout viewings and visits by staff and visitors.


Social Distancing Measures
We have taken all reasonable steps to maintain a safe and social distance within the House and Courtyard, and the current 2m social distancing will be observed.


Technology
We are only accepting electronic or card payments to avoid the handling of cash or cheques.