Please read the following information carefully
Please do not attend the centre if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:
– Sore throat
– Runny nose
– Temperature/ hot or cold flushes
– Loss of taste and/or smell
– Difficulty breathing
Please do not attend the centre if you are a confirmed case or a close contact of a confirmed or suspected case of Covid-19.
Reopening – Phase 1
Phase 1 of Sunyata’s reopening begins on July 20th.
After July 20th it is possible to book to visit between 9am to 5pm daily. However, visits are restricted to 2hrs in duration. Pujas will remain closed to the public at this time.
Except for the dhamma hall and bathroom, all other buildings will remain closed to the public.
It is necessary to commit to using the hand sanitiser provided and to keep social distancing by adhering to the measures put in place. We ask for your full cooperation and understanding in adhering to these requirements.
It is possible to visit the outdoor spaces and Sunyata’s grounds, however this must likewise be done by prior booking and visits are also limited to 2hrs.
To maintain social distancing a maximum of 4 people can visit the centre at any one time. If you would like to visit with a group each person must complete a booking form. If more than 4 people book at any one time you will receive an email to request you book at another time.
If you are a member of a ‘vulnerable group’ such as those over 70’s or with an underlying condition please let us know in advance and we will try ensure that the Dhamma hall is kept free for you for the duration of your visit.
We plan to have further phases of opening and will let everyone know through the website.
We thank everyone for your patience and cooperation. We are really looking forward to welcoming everyone back but also want to do so in the safest way possible in line with our public health obligations.
Please complete the below booking form if you would like to visit the centre after 20th July. It is necessary to give at least 24 hours notice for any proposed visit.