Our COVID-19 plan
Unfortunately, following the recent Covid regulation changes, we will not be able to train in indoor sports halls for the near future. This has pushed us to postpone our usual training schedule and all squad trials until these regulations change once again. But fear not! The committee has been working hard to think of fun and exciting ways to keep us all playing the sport we love and to keep our community strong.
This term all members will have access to outdoor hard court coached sessions, informal grass sessions, an intraclub minileague, beach volleyball days, and much more. It goes without saying a strong social calendar is on the cards. We'll get to continue seeing all the faces we love... and of course many new ones!
As soon as we are allowed to we will return to our nice, warm sports hall, but in the mean time we believe this will reinvigorate the club!
We will expect all our member to comply with Volleyball Englands COVID-19 code of behaviour.
COVID-19 Code of Behaviour
This code applies to everyone who takes part in volleyball activity in England as well as those who represent England as volleyball players. This is in addition to existing Volleyball England Codes of Conduct.
Minimum standards of behaviour and conduct:
All participants must maintain social distancing while entering the venue, preparing their own equipment and leaving the venue.
All participants should sanitise their hands prior to the start of activity.
Volleyballs can be shared but the sharing of other equipment should be limited where possible.
Where equipment such as volleyballs are shared, participants must practice strict hand hygiene before and after use and the equipment must be cleared before use by another person.
Players should refrain from spitting or rinsing out their mouths and should maintain respiratory etiquette if they cough or sneeze.
Players, coaches, officials and spectators should refrain from shouting.
Congratulatory touches are not permitted.
Hand sanitiser should be used during all breaks in activity and prior to consuming any food or drink.
If a participant continually breaks this code of behaviour, they will be asked to leave the activity.