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Due to current times we have to give new rules 0advice and guidelines
Be Aware England and Wales are currently giving out different guidelines and rules.
You cannot self-isolate at the park.
Only travel and Stay at the park if you are fit to do so, EG; No Symptoms of Covid 19.
If you become ill with Covid 19 Symptoms you must then notify ourselves and the park and return home to self-isolate.
Everybody who will be staying must be listed and given to ourselves and then register at the park office at arrival.
No Visitors, Guests or other Owners inside your caravan.
Everybody must adhere to Hygiene policies that are in place.
Social Distancing currently in place that a distance of 2m must be kept at all times when outside of the caravan.
Sanitizers will be put in the Caravans
Whilst at the Parks you may come in to contact with team members wearing PPE.
A key safe has been fitted so you do not need contact reception unless and emergency arises.
At Reception there has been screens installed to keep holiday makers, Owners and Team Member s
Sheldon’s Golden Gate Facilities
Park Shop will be kept open and you are welcome to have takeaway food options.
Children’s Play Facilities, The Clubhouse and The Pool Will Remain Closed.
If Assistance is required from the park whilst staying on site please call 01745 833048 option 3 or Email email@example.com as its requested to avoid reception unless of an emergency.
Golden Sands Facilities
Restaurants, Swimming Pool, Entertainment Complex and Play Areas and the Launderette will remain closed.
The Chip shop, Outside Bar and Access to the beaches will remain open.
We understand that this is a very uncertain and worrying time for everyone, so we just wanted to let you know our stance regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.
Please rest assured that the health & safety of our customers and staff is a priority at all times. Currently, it’s business as usual as we have had no reported or suspected cases at Golden Sands Holiday Park. The Park is fully operational and we have extra provisions in place to protect our customers and staff.
We are following Government guidelines and will be monitoring the situation, acting as quickly as possible when necessary. If anything changes we will update all our customers immediately.
Now is a good time to keep an eye on our social platforms for the latest information and for any changes to Park procedures. You Can do this on Facebook (@MBCaravans). As the situation is changing daily, we also urge you to check the official Government updates.
Do I need to cancel my holiday?
Unless you are suffering the symptoms, are a confirmed Coronavirus case or have been in close contact with a confirmed case, then you do not need to cancel your holiday.
What are the symptoms?
The symptoms you need to look out for are:
- high temperature
- shortness of breath
Will I get a refund if I cancel my holiday?
Our cancellation policy remains the same as when you booked your holiday. This means if you cancel before the holiday you will not receive any refund, except in the case of the actual site closing.
However, we will offer customers the opportunity to delay or reschedule their holiday free of charge. This will be subject to giving us at least 5 days notice. This currently applies to all holidays booked up until the end of June 2020. Change of dates are subject to availability and the alternative date must be before the 9th November 2020, for the same caravan and the same duration.
Delaying the spread
We are taking all of the necessary measures on the Park to ensure hygiene is of the utmost importance and to assist in delaying the spread. We urge all visitors to the Park to work with us to maintain this high standard by taking the following steps:
- Regular handwashing with soap and water – please wash your hands more often than usual, for about 20 seconds and whenever:
- arriving at your accommodation
- prior to leaving your accommodation
- entering a new environment (i.e. leisure complex, park facilities)
- blowing your nose, sneezing or coughing
- before and after eating
- after visiting or using lavatories
- after using public transport
- after visiting local attractions
We have increased the number of hand-sanitising products in public areas around the Park to assist you in following the above steps. Please also ensure that if you have young children, you are assisting them in following these steps.
If at any time whilst you are visiting the Park you start to feel any of the symptoms, please remain in your accommodation and call either Reception or Security who will follow procedure and advise what you need to do. It is important that you do not enter any public areas on the Park and avoid close contact with other holidaymakers.
If you are still concerned regarding this situation then we do advise to take out additional holiday insurance with an alternative provider, which could cover for this incident.