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Club regulations

 THE DANCE FLOOR

 

THE DANCE FLOOR

TAKING DRINKS ONTO THE DANCE FLOOR IS STRICTLY FORBIDDEN.

CHILDREN ARE NOT ALLOWED TO RUN AROUND THE DANCE FLOOR AT ANY TIME , HOWEVER THEY ARE ALLOWED TO DANCE IN THE FIRST SESSION.

IN THE SECOND SESSION THEY ARE PERMITTED TO DANCE UNDER THE DIRECT SUPERVISION OF AN ADULT AND PREFERABLY TO THE PERIMETER OF THE DANCE FLOOR

THESE RULES ARE FOR THE SAFETY OF THE CHILDREN.AND ARE AT THE DISCRETION OF THE DUTY COMMITTEE PERSON.

DANCING BAREFOOT IS STRONGLY DISCOURAGED FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY REASONS.

 

E-cigarettes:

At the moment the management committee have decided not to allow the use of E-cigarettes within the club , apart from designated smoking areas. The reason for this decision is the lack of evidence either way of their safety, re secondhand vapor.

I will update this page regularly below. Below are some examples of conflicting reports.

And some useful links.

1: Secondhand Vapor

While e-cigarettes don't produce secondhand smoke, they do produce secondhand vapor. And even though manufacturers say that it's merely water vapor and therefore harmless, regulatory agencies and health experts contend that e-cigarette makers haven't conducted the research needed to prove this. Some individuals, particularly those with health conditions that make them sensitive, have reported that the vapor is irritating to their eyes, noses and throats, and that it affects their breathing and makes them nauseous. Opponents of e-cigarettes say people shouldn't be subjected to secondhand vapor until manufacturers have proven it to be safe for everyone, including children, the elderly and people with certain medical conditions.

http://northeast-nc.legalexaminer.com/defective-dangerous-products/everything-you-think-you-know-about-e-cigarettes-is-probably-wrong/ 

http://health.howstuffworks.com/wellness/smoking-cessation/10-facts-about-e-cigarettes.htm 

Cheques/ chip and pin:

It has been decided that cheques will no longer be cashed at the club!!

But we now accept credit and debit cards, min £10.00 spend and up to £50 cash back (subject to cash availability)