Nottinghamshire in Tier 3

Posted by John Sisman
Thursday, 29th of October 2020
Nottinghamshire in Tier 3 Nottinghamshire in Tier 3
Last updated at 8:40pm on Thursday, 29th of October 2020

At midnight tonight, the county of Nottinghamshire moves into Tier 3 of Covid Restrictions

The UK Government announced yesterday, October the 28th, that Nottinghamshire will move into Tier 3 of Covid-based restrictions from midnight tonight, October the 29th / 30th. This has a number of impacts on us as a club, operating not far from the Lincolnshire / Nottinghamshire county lines.

As a club we wanted to assure you that we are continuing to ensure as much hockey is being played as possible. However, club members (those over 18) who live in Nottinghamshire will unfortunately have to keep away from hockey for a while.

Any changes to fixtures will be communicated as soon as we know. As always, we are keeping updated about other areas in our hockey region (and the surrounding areas) and how possible movement into Tier 3 will impact upon us as a club.

 

West Yorkshire

Update 8:30pm, Thursday the 29th of October

This evening it was announced that West Yorkshire will go into Tier 3 from Monday, which will have an impact on some of the opposition clubs of the teams we play in the Yorkshire Hockey divisions.

At the moment we continue as we would have done anyway, as this coming weekend is unaffected.

Any changes to planned games will be updated accordingly.

 

Fixtures

 

England Hockey Tiered Alert Covid Levels

We'll let you know whenever weather stops play, training or if changes to usual sessions are planned.

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