In light of the recent changes relating to COVID-19, we wish to inform you that we are still open for business. We have always maintained outstanding standards of hygiene and cleanliness throughout the Club and have introduced a number of additional precautionary measures to reduce the risk of infection and keep the community safe. As you may have heard, the government has placed new capacity restrictions on indoor venues, limiting the capacity to 100 people. In consultation with Clubs NSW, we have introduced zoning within the club. This means we now have four separate zones each allowing for 100 people to be present at any one time. We are fortunate to have large floor space which allows everyone to comfortably practice social distancing. In addition to this, we have introduced a takeaway service offering convenient drive thru pick up and complete menu selections from Il Bene Pizzeria and La Trattoria Bistro (see below for more information). Clubs zones include: 1. Bistro 2. Il Bene Pizzeria & Main Lounge 3. VIP Lounge 4. Additional Bistro Room We are taking a number of precautionary steps to ensure the safety of our members and guests which have meant many of our regular club events and entertainment have been cancelled, which include:
Weekly Meat RafflesWeekly Badge DrawsWeekly Trivia Kids Disco's Morning Melodies Weekend Live Bands
Please note, daily Bingo will continue to run until further notice. Our function room facilities also remain open for functions less than 100 people and we have multiple private function rooms available. The Fraternity Club can now offer a group/party catering service for home. Head Chef David Ricci with over 30 years functions experience can cater any upcoming celebrations. Please contact our Functions Manager Lisa McGregor on (02) 4283 3333 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Adhering to medical advice from the World Health Organisation, everyone should practise good hygiene to protect against infections. Good hygiene includes:
washing your hands often with soap and waterusing a tissue and cover your mouth when you cough or sneezeavoiding close contact with others, such as touching
Throughout our clubs' history we have faced many challenges and hardships. As a community we continue to band together in tough times. COVID-19 presents a new form of challenge and now more than ever, we need to continue to support each other. We are all in this together. For the latest advice, information and resources regarding COVID-19 go to www.health.gov.au.