Following the Government’s publication of the Roadmap out of Lockdown we have received many enquiries about our plans for re-opening the Bonded Warehouse to community activities. We are as keen as you to return to some sort of normal but will be cautious in our approach as urged by Government and will re-start activities strictly in line with their guidance and rules.
As far as Room Bookings are concerned some activities will be able to commence before others, and we are still expected to operate as a Covid-secure environment – we would ask that if you are considering booking our unique venue that you contact Heide, our manager on 01384 395216 or via Facebook Messenger / email, in order to discuss your requirements which will require a fairly detailed discussion to ensure compliance.
We anticipate that it will be 21st June before we are allowed to commence our popular boat trip programme on the Blackcountry Man therefore we have tentatively scheduled the first public trip for Friday 2nd July to Stourton.
The Summary of the Government Roadmap which we are trying to adhere to can be found through this link:
Of course progressing the Roadmap out of Lockdown dates depends on certain criteria being met so a certain amount of uncertainty is still with us in terms of being able make any guarantees in the immediate future.
As the picture unfolds and becomes clearer we will of course provide more detailed updates and look forward to welcoming you back real soon! Things are starting to look more positive now and we can now report the following after consultation with our valued clients:
Exercise groups can return from 17st May, Stourbridge Bonsai club return 23th May, Jazz Club returns 9th July as per the Government steps to re-opening. Weddings and parties in the Brindley function room can resume from 21 June. Stourbridge Photographic Society are returning on 1 July so we have booked in another yoga class for six weeks commencing 20th May.
Many thanks for your continued support.