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Click Here to Book a Seat for Yom Kippur 5781/2020
  

FAQs:

What should I do if I'm not sure yet if I want to come? 

If you are not yet sure if you wish to attend please book anyway, you can cancel before Yom Tov if necessary.
  
What should I do if I want to change or cancel my booking?
 
Please submit another form with the new information. Please make sure to use the same Attendee 1 email so that we can easily find your previous booking. 
  
Don't you need my seat for someone else?
 
No! We aim to have enough room for everyone. 
 
Can non-members come?
 
Non-members are welcome to book as we aim to have ample space for everyone. However, in the unlikely event that we are overbooked, we will give precedence to members.
 
Can children under 10 come?

Children of all ages are welcome to attend the adult services if they are able to sit with their parents. We will also be holding half hour, child-focused, parents and children services. They are aimed at parents with children who can't sit through a whole service. 

 

Heaton Park Covid Guidance 

Attendance:

We have done everything possible to minimise the risk of spreading the virus when we reopen. However, the risk of the spread of the virus can never fully be removed (in common with many other daily activities that we normally undertake) nor can we guarantee that our site is COVID-free. Please understand that it is your personal choice whether to attend services.

In line with current government guidance, the following groups of people should not attend services:

  • Those who are shielded (extremely medically vulnerable), according to the government’s definition.
  • Those who show any symptoms of COVID-19, who live with people with symptoms of COVID-19 or have been in contact with a confirmed case – all in the last fourteen days.
  • Those who have been asked to self-isolate by the government’s Track and Trace Programme.
  • Those who are in quarantine having travelled recently.
  • Older members (and certainly those over 70) should use their judgment to decide whether to attend services.
  • They should take into consideration the heightened potential risk to their health should they catch coronavirus.
  • Those who are clinically vulnerable should take medical advice as to whether to attend.
  • Those who live in the same household as people who are shielding should use their judgment as to whether to attend.

  Safety in Shul:

  • From when you enter the Shul gate, please maintain at least 2m distance from anyone outside of your household. There are clear markings to help you do this.
  • Please follow the clearly marked one-way system.
  • Please sit in your designated seat only.
  • Please wear a face-covering at all times, inside the building.
  • Please bring your own siddur to weekday services.
  • Shul will only open 10 minutes before the service, please arrive on time.
  • Please use hand-sanitiser when entering the building.
  • The Chazan will sing but there will be no communal singing.