We are really keen to ensure our halls can be let to community groups and individuals.
In line with Scottish Government guidance, social distancing and facemask are no longer required on church premises. Do feel free to wear a mask if you prefer to do so, however, but do not attend church services or other events in the building if you feel unwell or have tested positive.
To maintain good hand hygiene practice we encourage everyone entering the building to sanitise their hands.
Documentations to include with your booking
- You must obtain any local authority or other licence you need for your event. We do not permit the consumption of or sale of alcohol within or in the grounds of Aberfeldy Parish Church.
- Insurance – You are responsible for making adequate arrangements to insure against third-party claims while using the premises. (This includes for private Children’s parties). Aberfeldy Parish Church will not accept responsibility for loss or damage to your effects during the period of hire. Part of our safe practice is that we need to see proof of your insurance.
- The organisation group leader must undertake their own risk assessment for managing risks arising from their own activities when they have control of the premises to include COVID security.
- If using your own electrical equipment you must have a PAT test, is effectively earthed and fitted with a 3-pin, 13-amp plug. The Centre’s equipment should not be switched on or plugged in without prior written consent.
We need to receive all of the above before confirming a booking
FAQ for hire of Church halls