Covid-19 safety

Covid-safe information (updated 25 February 2022) 

To ensure a safe and enjoyable experience at any event, we all need to look after both ourselves and each other!

The following mitigating measures apply to WFCS's Bach, St Matthew Passion concert (19 March 2022) and our Come & Sing Workshop (23 April 2022):

• LFT TESTS: Whilst not compulsory, we continue to encourage those present to take an at-home Lateral Flow Test no more than 48 hours before attending, with a view to minimising risk to others

• MASKS:  While face masks are no longer compulsory, we encourage them to be worn while inside our venues where practical, unless singing or when eating/drinking.

• HAND SANITISING: Please make use of the hand sanitisers provided at the entrance to the venues

If you feel ill, or have any Covid symptoms, it is suggested that you do not attend our event.

Our normal Terms & Conditions regarding refunds continues to apply to WFCS events this season.

Thank you in advance, for helping us to keep our concerts safe for everyone to enjoy! 

Worcester Festival Choral Society looks forward to welcoming you soon.

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