Government Advice and Guidance
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Newly published guidance from the government:
Below are links to some newly published guidance from the government. All guidance in relation to the use of church buildings must be read in conjunction with guidance issued by the Methodist Church, which can be found here.
Guidance for the safe use of multi-purpose community facilities (published 30 June)
Guidance for the safe use of places of worship from 04 July (published 29 June)
Guidance for small marriages and civil partnerships (published 29 June)
What you can and can't do after 04 July - Coronavirus outbreak FAQ's (updated 24 June)
The full government guidance on the safe use of places of worship during the pandemic (including information on the reopening of church buildings for private prayer and early years or childcare use) has been published (Friday 12th June). The guidance is available via this link.
The official list of personnel who can still send their children to school includes religious staff. The official list can be found on the Guardian website.
Issued on 16 March, this link provides information on social distancing - what it is, who it applies to and what your options are in different situations (assistance with food and medicines for example). You can view this information here.
Current guidance from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office advises against all but essential travel to certain countries, cities and regions.
Should you be due to travel soon, please refer to the FCO website for updated advice pertaining specifically to your destination.