This disease has moved so fast so quickly and what we are being told to do is changing every day. For now it’s:
STAY AT HOME
And with this in mind we are not going to be running any courses until we are given the “all clear” from the Government and Public Health England.
This disease is spreading so quickly and whilst the outdoors are a great place to socially distance yourself, clearly by travelling from your home to the outdoors you are going to potentially bring the virus (or different mutation of it) from where you live to where you don’t live. We need to put a stop to this viral transmission. Sorry.
We are so grateful for all of you who are happy to put your expedition, adventure, skills session on hold for now. Rest assured we will bounce back as soon as it becomes safe to do so.
Please have a read of some of the frequently asked questions below, which may help answer your queries.
Q. I’ve recently returned from an affected area and have been advised to self-isolate for 14 days, I’m due to attend a course with Hepworth Adventures in 7 days, what should I do?
A. You should follow all relevant advice. Unfortunately you should not attend the course if you’ve been advised to self-isolate. We will arrange to transfer your booking to a later date.
Q. I don’t wish to take the risk of coming to a Hepworth Adventures event, can I cancel my booking?
A. If you have concerns, then please call or email us so that we can look at how we can help you.
Q. What about your own instructors, what if they get the virus?
A. All our instructors will be following the Government advice and if they are ill, or need to self-isolate then they will not be involved with your course. In these unusual times you will need to be flexible as to the staff who are on your particular course or expedition.
Q. What happens if I fall ill while I’m with Hepworth Adventures?
A. You should immediately report this to a member of staff and report this to NHS either by telephoning 111 or online https://111.nhs.uk/service/covid-19.