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Prior to opening we have consulted with Norfolk Licensing and the Food & Safety team at Norfolk County Council to produce a Covid-19 risk assessment that enables us to reopen for live music events while keeping you all safe.  You can download by clicking on the pdf.

  • Every 28 days the venue and all equipment is electrostaticly sprayed which offers long term protection against harmful viruses and bacteria including Covid-19.  Certificate is here.

  • All staff have attended a Covid-19 for Hospitality course prior to their return to work. 

  • Venue inside capacity reduced from 550 to 84 to allow for social distancing. 

  • Customers must remain seated at ALL times apart from when visiting the toilet facilities.

  • Customers must MUST wear face coverings at all times when moving around inside the venue unless exempt.

  • Staff will wear face coverings at all times inside the venue.

  • Staff temperature checked upon arrival for work

  • Operate NHS Test and Trace system with QR Code displayed

  • Table service only, electronic ordering in place from table.

  • Limit the use of cash, encouraging card only payments.

  • Perspex screens in place around sound booth inside venue

  • Perspex screens in place for singers on stage inside venue

  • Dynamically risk assess in line with guidance changes.

  • Hand sanitising stations placed around the venue.

  • Socially distanced queueing in place for toilets

  • Limit capacity in toilets to allow for social distancing

  • Replace hand dryers with paper towel touch-free dispensers

  • All touch points and surfaces regularly cleaned and sanitised 

  • Staff on entrances to advise and deliver information upon arrival

  • Text system in place for table booking

  • Air conditioning units disabled

  • Where possible, windows and doors can be open for ventilation.

  • Ample signage to remind customers of rules

    These are just a few of the measures we have taken to keep you safe during your time at The Brickmakers. Please read our risk assessment for a more comprehensive list. 

We have been writing a regular blog for a couple of years now and it is being enjoyed by many over a cuppa and a custard cream. Charley writes of life running a pub and a music venue and how the two cross over. Read about the fun and excitement of pub life and also the toils and troubles when things don't always go to quite to plan.

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