Beaver Park Open For Rugby Training
Following guidelines issued this week from the government and the RFU, the club can confirm the resumption of training at Beaver Park at all age groups. Contact training is now allowed, in keeping with the guidelines however the club would urge this to be kept to a minimum for the time being. Where it does happen it is in agreement with all the participants/guardians. Furthermore, it is optional so if coaches want to resume training in the New Year that is completely acceptable.
Your club and the RFU are extremely keen to preserve interest in playing/supporting rugby at all age groups, and if you have other ideas that can help, please share them with us.
- Beaver Park is open for rugby training.
- Contact training is now permitted, but club guidance is to keep this to a minimum, whilst adhering to social distancing guidelines.
- Competitive matches should not be scheduled until the New Year, and will be compliant with law variations and lockdown tiers.
- The clubhouse will remain closed until tier restrictions permit it to be opened.
- Toilets will be open in the foyer.
- Changing rooms and showers will be closed for rugby activities until risk assessments are signed off, we are hoping to open these first thing in the New Year.
- The Beaver Hut will be open for trade to support training on Sundays, however there will be no food for players.
- The marquees can be used to shelter from the elements only, any take away drinks etc cannot be consumed in the Marquees.
- The rule of six needs to be adhered to, at training sessions and for all guardians.
- Competitive senior/colts rugby in the Coast and Wolds league is expected to commence in March. This will be conformant with law variations and lockdown tiers.
- Further updates will be given as things change.