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    Safe and Good to Go – How Friends’ Meeting House put customers at the centre of their COVID-Secure accreditation

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    By Friends’ Meeting House Manchester

    Friends’ Meeting House Manchester relieves the pressure on event organisers having to find a COVID-secure city centre venue after winning accreditation from Visit Britain and Meetings Industry Association (AIM).

    Friends’ Meeting House local and national events venue announced that it has earned AIM Safety Accreditation and We’re Good to Go industry standard certification from Visit England, after an audit of the company’s internal operations and precautionary measures.

    Visit Britain explained how their accreditation “is the official UK mark to signal that a tourism and hospitality business has worked hard to follow Government and industry COVID-19 guidelines and has a process in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing.”

    Clients do not have to worry about measuring rooms to ensure physical distancing, as the venue has already changed capacities to ensure physical distancing within each room is standard.

    New cleaning measures have been added to the venue’s robust cleaning schedule to tackle hotspots, alongside deep cleaning in between events. Changes such as the one-way system have been tested and developed to make it as easy as possible for visitors to use and as safe as possible.

    Being committed to pleasing clients and delegates, Friends’ Meeting House staff have tested their new covid-secure measures for user satisfaction. Peter Caroll from Thinking Actors shared his thoughts on the new procedures as, “fantastic – staff knew the protocol, we really appreciate what you’ve done! It felt safe & secure – it was great.”

    Friends Meeting House clients can rest assured that when they are ready to book they have a safe and welcoming venue, ready for their events and committed to minimising risk.


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