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All Star Lanes to open sites tomorrow with enhanced safety measures

The All Star Lanes group is set to finally welcome guests back for bowling, cocktails and karaoke from tomorrow, Saturday 15 August.

The company has been working hard behind the scenes to make sure that it can reopen safely. The well-being and safety of its guests and staff is the firm's absolute priority, and it wants to assure guests that it has been creating the safest environment possible in line with UK Government.

Ordering will be contactless and payment will be cashless. There will be reduced capacity and staff will be monitoring capacity throughout the day to allow for social distancing and the best possible guest experience.

Hygiene screens have been installed between the lanes to help physically separate guests from one another, and hygiene screens will be available on request in the restaurant and bar areas.

There will be enhanced cleaning measures throughout the day, which seek to disinfect high-frequency touch points, including all the bowling balls. The karaoke booths and microphones will be sanitised between every use.

A number of hand sanitiser stations have been added around the venues for guests to use.

There are new Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) requirements for all staff to help protect them and the guests. These include face shields, regular hand sanitising and a requirement to fill a pre-work health questionnaire. All staff will now participate in COVID-19 specific training programmes.

The venues will be providing single use and digital menus for guests to order from.

Guests will be allowed to wear their own shoes to bowl where it’s safe to do so, but no open toes, heels or wedges.