24 June 2020Changes to guidance for Northern Ireland and Scotland

Changes to guidance for Northern Ireland and Scotland

Following announcements made by the government in Northern Ireland, and new guidance from HorseScotland, we have updated our guidance notes for groups in these countries. The main change is in Northern Ireland, where groups of up to ten people from different households can now meet outdoors, and up to six people from different households can meet indoors.

You will find this guidance here www.myrda.org.uk/runningyourgroup/getting-started-after-lockdown/ in the section called Updates to Guidance. The document is calledUK Ease of Lockdown – Impact on RDA 23 June

Please take a look at the updated advice (changes are marked in blue in the document), and remember:

Social distancing (2M/6FT) remains a key message for everyone not from the same household

Trustee checklists and Covid-19 Risk Assessment should be completed and emailed to RDA National Office info@rda.org.uk  before the group can be signed off as ready and any RDA activity can begin

Note about changes for the rest of the UK

We expect further announcements for the rest of the UK this week, which will probably lead to changes to our current guidance. As ever, we will review the changes and update our resources as soon as possible.

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