Covid-19 Code of Conduct


Updated 2nd June 2021

 

  • For your safety and the safety of others, please make sure to observe the following whilst at our Racecourse:
  • Where possible, please travel to the racecourse in private transport.
  • Do not travel to the racecourse if you have any Covid-19 symptoms as entry willbe denied.
  • Observe all social distancing protocols at all times, whether inside or outside the racecourse.
  • Please comply with Government guidance relating to face coverings whilst at the racecourse.
  • Please comply with any health checks that may be required on entering the racecourse.Please arrive in good time to go through the necessary entry procedures
  • Be aware, your temperature may be taken on entry.
  • Familiarise yourself with your entry point [entry time] and location of amenities within the racecourse
  • Please ensure food and beverage is consumed within the designated areas at the racecourse, such as your table or seat. Takeaway and table service will be available.
  • We will be encouraging cashless transactions where possible. On Course bookmakers/tote betting operators will accept cash
  • Regularly wash your hands, use hand sanitizer and avoid touching your face and dispose of any used tissues appropriately.
  • Do not remove hand sanitizer or other personal hygiene products from their locations.
  • Do not congregate in specific areasof the racecourse (for example, along the rail or by the Winning Post).
  • Make sure all walkways, corridors and doorways etc are clear before you walk through.
  • Avoid face to face contact with other spectators and avoid hugs, high fives and any contact with people not in your social bubble.
  • Follow all signage and the instructions of staff, officials or any emergency service personnel present at the racecourse.
  • Do not try to access areas of the racecourse apart the area detailed on your ticket.
  • Make sure other members of your group have read and understood these guidelines.
  • Thank you so much for your support and co-operation. Stay alert and stay safe!