We hope you are well and your plans are progressing nicely.
We are sure you are as delighted as we are that restrictions were lifted on 19th July 2021. This means that:
- 💃🏽🕺Dancing is now allowed 💃🏽🕺
- 🍻 Drinks can be served at the bar! 🍻
- 👩👨🦰👧There are no restrictions on guest numbers 🧔♀️👨🦰👧
- 💑 No social distancing is needed 💑
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your patience and support throughout these difficult times and we can’t wait to host your BIG day here at Warwick House!
Keeping you, your guests and our staff safe and happy is still our number one priority, therefore, we will be continuing with a range of cleaning and sanitation measures that we have implemented. We have a dedicated full housekeeping team on-site who will be completing deep cleans before and after every wedding. On the day of your wedding, we will also have a team cleaning and sanitising all hot spot areas throughout the day and we have sanitising stations throughout our venue.
We understand that the restrictions lifting may be causing some concerns for our couples or guests and we want to ensure you that we are here to help to discuss any restrictions or social distancing that you may wish to keep in place for your special day.
We have heard from many of our couples that they, along with their immediate family and close friends are taking extra precautions to stay safe leading up to their big day. We think that this is great advice as we want you to have the day you have always wanted.
If you have any questions at all then please don’t hesitate to contact us. Should anything change with the government restrictions then we will certainly keep you updated.
We can’t wait to see you soon!
What happens if our wedding is affected by the Covid-19 pandemic?
The latest advice from the Government states that current wedding restrictions could be in place until 21st June 2021, we will contact you directly to discuss your options as soon as we can and discuss how you would like to proceed. Warwick House wants you to have the wedding you have been planning for and we will continue to work with each individual couple to find a solution that works for them, whether that is to go ahead with smaller numbers, postponing the wedding to dates in the future, having a wedding gift voucher to make a decision at a later date or to indeed, cancelling the wedding completely.
Should your wedding be postponed, there will be paperwork sent to you from Warwick House and you will need to contact the registrars or your Church directly to rearrange your ceremony date. The registrars can be contacted directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. The registrars will also be able to give further information regarding their policies or any changes to ceremonies.
Will we be able to live stream the wedding? If so, will you facilitate the technology?
You can still share your special day with those who can’t be there physically to celebrate with you. You can achieve this by live streaming your wedding to private groups or using video conference call-ins. If you would like to arrange this, please contact the team & we will be able to recommend some great solutions & companies to you.
What kind of cleaning and sanitation will be done prior to our event? What about during the event?
Keeping you and your guest safe and happy is a number one priority of ours, therefore, we have implemented a range of cleaning and sanitation measures. We have a dedicated full housekeeping team on-site at each of our venues, who will be completing deep cleans before and after every wedding. On the day of your wedding, we will also have a team cleaning and sanitising all hot spot areas throughout the day.
Can we set up hand sanitising stations or mobile hand-washing stations?
Warwick House has hand sanitising stations positioned around the wedding venue, helping to keep you are your guests safe. If you wish to add any additional sanitising stations, we are more than happy for you to do so.
What safety measures do you have in place for staff? (i.e. are there health / temperature checks upon arrival?)
Keeping you, your guests & our guests safe during your wedding day is a priority of ours. To do so, we have put several safety measures in place for all our staff. These can be seen below:
Return to work risk assessments will be carried out for all staff.
Online training modules on ‘Coronavirus Awareness’ and ‘Returning To Work’ will be completed by all staff before returning to work through our training partners at iHasco.
All staff will receive updated policies and procedures relating to Covid-19. Where appropriate, Personal Protective Equipment will be provided to team members.
Daily health checks including individual temperature checks and other symptoms will take place on all staff upon their arrival at work, and any staff displaying symptoms will not be permitted to work.
Additional handwashing procedures and records to be introduced within all departments. – Staff breaks and meal times will be staggered to avoid over-crowding in back of house areas and allow staff to safely distance at all times.
If the event space is indoors, what kind of ventilation is available? Can we leave the doors and/or windows open?
If you are having an indoor wedding with us, we have made it a priority to ensure good ventilation is available. All of our venues have lots of windows and doors that can be opened to create a well-ventilated space lots of our windows and doors open out onto our beautiful gardens and grounds.