Next week, we will be resuming our monthly activities with a talk in our new venue: Armagh Observatory.
It will take place on Wednesday 8 September in the Observatory library at 7:30pm.
Our speaker this month will be member Gerry Oates, who will be discussing ‘Celibacy in the Church in the late Middle Ages’.
Because Covid restrictions still apply and to ensure the safety and peace of mind of all, we will be taking appropriate measures, as follows:
Names and contact numbers will be recorded for all attendees.
Once inside the building, all attendees must wear masks (unless exempt).
Chairs will be laid out one metre apart. Members of the same household may sit closer together, but must be one metre away from other attendees. This means that we will have limited capacity and once the room is filled, then no further admission. For this reason and until further notice, the meeting will be for members only.
Attendees to remain seated.
To maintain fresh airflow, doors will be kept open, so dress up warmly.
Unfortunately there can be no tea/coffee.
At the end of the talk, our Chairperson will direct an orderly exit (row by row).
Finally, we would prefer that only those who are double-vaccinated attend.
I hope that you will understand the reasons behind these precautions and that everyone will feel comfortable on the night.
If you are unfamiliar with access to the Observatory, please note that there are two carparks. Less able visitors can park at the top of the hill next to the main building. The other carpark is signposted as you make your way from the Mall entrance.