Following today’s announcement from the Prime Minister of the UK, Boris Johnson, we are updating you on our plans for the Easter Course in Manchester.
The government has confirmed that there are currently no plans to close schools or restrict travel so we are acting on the advice we have at this moment in time.
UK Government advice is that individuals should self-isolate for 7 days if they have a temperature of 37.8 degrees or more or have a new persistent cough or flu-like symptoms.
We are still planning for the course to go ahead unless the Government imposes any further restrictions.
There is obviously a risk that the event could be cancelled and you would receive a full refund of your course fees should that happen. You should check that you have adequate travel insurance in place when making travel arrangements. You should also ensure you have not travelled through any affected areas listed on the UK Government website here at least 14 days before the start of the course.
If you are coming from a country outside of the UK and your Government imposes restrictions that mean you are unable to travel here, we will refund your course fees.
We are hopeful that the course will be able to run as it is one of the highlights of our calendar but we will continue to monitor government advice and keep you updated if and when the situation changes.