St Marys Diggers & Band Club

ST MARYS DIGGERS & BAND CLUB REOPENS JUNE 1, 2020

7 Days from 10 am

Entry Requirements from June 1, 2020

The safety of our patrons and staff is our utmost priority. All staff have undergone the Australian Governments Department of Health Covid-19 Infection Control Training, and practice a program of continual cleaning and sanitisation. Further requirements include:

  • Entry is via main door only. Eastern carpark entry will be closed.
  • All members and guests must sign in or swipe their membership card on entry.
  • Patrons and staff must practice safe social distancing at all times (1.5m apart).
  • Patrons must remain seated, except when ordering food or beverages.
  • Furniture cannot be moved or re-arranged.
  • A designated cup/glass return area will be available for extra safety.
  • Patrons are encouraged to use the sanitising stations on a regular basis.
  • There will be a limit of 50 people allowed in The Good Drop/Gaming Lounge area at one time, a limit of 50 people each in Family Table and Sports Lounge during designated opening times.
  • Eftpos/Credit Card tap payment would be appreciated.

 

UPDATE – 22ND JULY, 2020

Dear Members & Guests,

St Marys Diggers & Band Club values the safety of our staff and patrons. We are a registered COVID safe venue, ensuring a high standard of cleanliness is maintained throughout our venues.

Every person who enters our premises must have their temperature checked, register their details and sanitise their hands.

From Monday 20th July 2020, the decision has been made that patrons who reside in the following suburbs will not be permitted entry into the Club. We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause, but appreciate your understanding, given the current Health situation.

Campbelltown LGA
Airds 2560 Ambarvale 2560 Blair Athol 2560 Blairmount 2559 Bow Bowing 2566 Bradbury 2560 Campbelltown 2560 Campbelltown North 2560 Claymore 2559 Denham Court 2565 Eagle Vale 2558 Eaglevale 2558 East Campbelltown 2560 Englorie Park 2560 Eschol Park 2558 Gilead 2560 Glen Alpine 2560 Glenfield 2167 Glenlee 2560 Glenquarie 2564 Ingleburn (crosses Liverpool Council) 2565 Ingleburn Military Camp 2174 Kearns 2558 Kentlyn 2560 Leppington 2179 Leumeah 2560 Leumeah Heights 2560 Long Point 2564 Macarthur Square 2560 Macquarie Fields 2564 Macquarie Heights 2560 Macquarie Links 2565 Manaluka 2565 Maryfields 2560 Menangle Park 2563 Minto 2566 Minto Heights 2566 Raby 2566 Rosemeadow 2560 Ruse 2560 Sherwood Hills 2560 St Andrews 2566 St Helens Park 2560 Varroville 2566 Wedderburn 2560 Woodbine 2560

Liverpool LGA
Anzac Village 2173 Ashcroft 2168 Austral 2179 Badgerys Creek 2555 Bringelly 2556 Busby 2168 Carnes Hill 2171 Cartwright 2168 Casula 2170 Casula Mall Shopping Centre 2170 Cecil Hills 2171 Cecil Park 2178 Chatham Village 2170 Chipping Norton 2170 Cross Roads 2170 Denham Court 2565 Edmondson 2171 Edmondson Park 2174 Green Valley 2168 Greendale 2745 Greenway Park 2171 Hammondville 2170 Hammondville East 2171 Hargrave Park 2170 Heckenberg 2168 Hillview 2170 Hinchinbrook 2168 Holsworthy 2173 Horningsea Park 2171 Hoxton Park 2171 Ingleburn 2565 Ingleburn Military Camp 2174 Ingleburn Village 2174 Kemps Creek 2178 Kookaburra 2171 Leppington 2179 Liverpool 2170 Liverpool Military Camp 2173 Liverpool North 2170 Liverpool South 2170 Liverpool West 2170 Liverpool Westfield 2170 Luddenham 2745 Lurnea 2170 Middleton Grange 2170 Miller 2168 Moorebank 2170 Moorebank Village 2170 Mount Pritchard 2170 Pleasure Point 2172 Prestons 2170 Rossmore 2557 Sadleir 2168 The Cross Roads 2170 Voyager Point 2172 Wallacia 2745 Warwick Farm 2170 Wattle Grove 2173 West Hoxton 2171

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