COVID-19 UPDATES

This document was last updated: 24th January 2022

On Wednesday 19th January 2022, it was announced that as of the 26th January current Covid-19 restrictions would change. Although we are pleased to be moving in the right direction, as a team we have decided that certain provisions will remain in place at Chase Farm to ensure that both the team and our customers remain as safe as possible.

Whilst we understand some visitors will not wish to follow these guidelines, we have agreed that this mitigation is necessary to prevent the spread of Covid-19 onsite.

We would like to take this time to thank everyone who has supported us throughout the pandemic and adhered to the government guidelines which has allowed us to operate to the best of our ability!

The Chase Farm team will continue to wear face coverings and urge our customers to follow suit.

We politely ask our visitors to be respectful of those who wish to remain wearing face coverings in public areas.

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Hand sanitiser remains readily available throughout the café and farm shop. We recommend customers use the sanitising stations throughout their visit and refrain from handling products they do not wish to purchase.

It is no longer compulsory to check in using the COVID-19 NHS Track and Trace App. However, QR codes will remain in and around our store for you to check in if you feel more comfortable doing so.

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Staff will test regularly; any staff who are showing symptoms will be asked to isolate and provide a negative PCR result before returning to work.

If you are showing symptoms, please delay your visit and visit us when you are feeling better!

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We recommend customers continue to socially distance themselves whilst visiting us at Chase Farm. Visual prompts will remain in both our Café and Farm Shop and will be encouraged during busy periods.

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Although a daily deep clean reamins a standard at Chase Farm, frequently touched surfaces such as door handles, card machines and common areas will be sanitised frequently to avoid cross contamination.