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Updated Face coverings Guidance for the John Godber Centre

From Friday 10th December as a community venue the wearing of face coverings by the public, and staff in public facing areas, will be mandatory in the John Godber Centre unless exempt. Copying previous advice - people are expected to wear a face covering BEFORE entering a community building and must keep it on UNTIL they leave (and have exited the building) unless there is a reasonable excuse for removing it. As the Government releases guidance for each sector hirers will update their customers/guests on their own rules and guidelines for their activities within their hired rooms. Within the public areas however face coverings should be worn ...

Hucknall Beer Festival Update – Event postponed until July

2022 Hucknall Beer Festival Update - event postponement until July With great sadness we advise that the 2022 Hucknall Beer Festival will not take place in February as it normally does. The event was planned for the weekend of the 10th-13th February 2022 however, having continued to monitor news and updates relating to COVID-19, the planning group feel there are too many uncertainties and risks at the current time to go ahead in the new year. Instead the event will be postponed until the summer. Hucknall Beer Festival is a fundraising activity for The John Godber Centre, which is a registered charity (charity number 1132272) and the venue is ...

Lifting of Restrictions from 19th July

Reopening of the John Godber Centre – Lifting of Restrictions from 19th July We’re pleased to hear of the lifting of restrictions from the 19th July following the latest Government announcement and appreciate the lifting of legal restrictions will be both a relief and a cause of anxiety to many. The John Godber Centre leadership teams have been reviewing and discussing the latest information and our plans for the coming months and how best we can support all who use and work in the John Godber Centre. COVID-19 has not gone away and cases remain high and rising in the community and the building is well used by various age groups, types of ...