Keeping you safe.

In the UK, COVID restrictions have been lifted, but there is still the risk of catching COVID-19 or passing on the virus, even if you are fully vaccinated. This means it is important to understand and consider the precautions we must continue to take to keep each other safe.

wearing face coverings

COVID-19 spreads through the air by droplets and aerosols that are exhaled from the nose and mouth of an infected person. Whilst there is no longer a legal requirement to wear a face covering, we want those attending our in-person events to be safe. This means we highly recommend that you wear a mask in crowded and enclosed spaces, whilst travelling in London and when walking around indoors and at our event.


We recommend that you take a lateral flow test prior to attending the event, if you are able to. Please do not attend if you have a positive COVID test.

Contact Us

If you have any concerns please get in touch by emailing Tanya, our Campaigns Coordinator at or you can call (+44) 7877 833 698.

COVID Safety at our venue:

Food Safety

To ensure breaks and lunch are enjoyable and stress-free the following measures are in place:

– Individually packaged lunches upon request

– Hygiene wipes and hand sanitiser available throughout the day,

– Catering areas cleared and sanitised during pre-agreed break times.

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Cleaning and Hygiene

There will be regular cleaning of higher risk areas including touch point (door, handrails, lift push buttons, and control panels), toilets, kitchen and catering areas.

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If you feel worried about meeting face-to-fac, joining us on Zoom might be the perfect option for you!

We want everyone to be able to join us. Don’t miss out.

Get tested and stay at home if you have symptoms

The main symptoms of COVID-19 are a recent onset of any of the following:

  • a new continuous cough
  • a high temperature
  • a loss of, or change in, your normal sense of taste or smell (anosmia)

If you have any of these symptoms you should order a PCR test. You are advised to stay at home, avoid contact with other people, and follow the guidance for people with COVID-19 and their contacts while you wait for your test result.

There is additional guidance for people who have been informed by the NHS that they are at highest risk of becoming severely unwell and who might be eligible for new COVID-19 treatments.

Try to stay at home if you’re feeling unwell

If you feel unwell but do not have COVID-19 symptoms, or your COVID-19 test is negative, you may still have an illness which could be passed on to other people.

Staying at home until you feel better reduces the risk that you will pass on an illness to your friends, family, and others in your community.

Let’s build something great together and explore the power in all our voices.

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