We will have a pre-booked ticketing system in place, with limited visit numbers who will be able to book either a morning or an afternoon session.
Great news, we are reopening our indoor play barn, however this comes with some changes and restrictions. We would kindly ask all our visitors for their ongoing support to adhere to the following new precautions set out for your own personal wellbeing and others using the site. Following the government guidelines, we will be restricting the number of visitors in sessions in the Playbarn, cleaning thoroughly between sessions to ensure the safety of our staff and public.
Sacrewell Playbarn Guidelines:
- Pre-booked tickets only
- Kiosk closed
- Face masks must always be worn for anyone over the age of 11 years old
- Restricted numbers within allocated timed sessions
- Allocated tables for group/s (bubbles)
- Ball pit areas will remain closed
- Always follow Social Distancing guidelines
- Please follow one-way system where applicable
- Parents and Guardians are responsible for their children at all times
- You must sanitise your hands before you enter and upon leaving the play barn
What are we doing to adhere and implement the new measures for visitors and staff’s safety?
- Additional staff
- Sessions will be for 1 hour only
- New layout of tables to enforce social distancing
- Tables will be sanitised after every session
- New fogging machine to sanitise equipment between sessions
- Monitored sessions
There will be exciting trails for visitors to take part in during their session, themed around the site’s history, heritage, rare breed farm animals and award-winning outdoor play.
General manager, Lee Scowen, said: “We are really looking forward to welcoming families back onto the site, we’ve risk-assessed all possible outcomes in order for us to be able to reopen, in line with Government guidelines.
“In order to do so, we will be capping the number of people on-site at any one time, cleaning thoroughly between sessions and utilising the beautiful outdoor spaces that we have here at Sacrewell to create the wonderful experiences that our visitors are used to.”
Origin8 will be open from 9 am to 4 pm, offering a variety of pop-up options in the grounds of the farm, as well as, take away refreshments from the Origin8 cafe. Family picnic boxes are available to order on their website origin8delicafes.com
Lee Scowen said: “Despite the current circumstances, this is still going to be a really exciting year for Sacrewell Farm with some wonderful projects in process.”
Sessions will run from: 9:00 – 12:00 and 13:00 to 16:00 and tickets must be pre-booked at www.sacrewell.org.uk
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