Range Bookings – update to procedures and risk assessments

COVID-19

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As announced last week we are opening Century, Stickledown, Butt Zero, Zero and NCSC clay ranges weekends on Friday mornings, Saturdays and Sundays all day

Please find attached updated detailed procedures, risk assessments and summary statements for the careful perusal of those who will be shooting at Bisley. They are designed to provide a COVID-19 secure environment for shooters and staff.

20200518-NSC Covid 19 Shooters Risk Assessment

20200518-NSC Covid 19 Shooters Procedures

 

Bookings will be available from 0900 Tuesday 19th May 2020.

 

If you are displaying symptoms of COVID-19 – do not come to Bisley, self-isolate.

 

If you live in a household where somebody is displaying symptoms of COVID-19 – do not come to Bisley, self-isolate.

 

Please note the caravan sites, clubhouses, cafés, accommodation will remain closed.

 

Takeaway food and beverages are available from Fat Tony’s – and toilets are be open.

 

 

 

 

Andrew Mercer

NRA Secretary General

NSC Chief Executive

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