It is wonderful that we can now celebrate public Masses once again. You can book places for Masses by going to our Events page and choosing the particular Mass you would like to attend.
Please note that bookings open 10 days before every Mass. This means that you will not be able to book for a Mass if it is more than 10 days away.
Booking itself is easy — it is exactly the same process as on the old website (which is now no longer being updated). You do not have to register or enter user names or passwords to book.
What we need from you
In response to Government guidance and for your safety, we are asking for your contact details so that individuals can be notified in the event of any suspected Covid-19 case.
When booking, you will be asked to state:
- the number of seats you require
- your name
- your phone number
- your email address
- your comments (if any)
Please ensure that you provide a valid email address as confirmation of your booking will be sent to the email address you provide.
Booking for more than two?
You can only reserve up to two seats on the website. If you wish to book for a family or a household ‘bubble’ (3+) please do not use this website booking, but contact the office directly 01279 654063 Mon- Fri 9am-3pm where your details will be recorded and, if available, a pew allocated for your household to sit together accordingly.
Please also note:
- Places are limited, so please inform the Parish Office if you are unable to attend Mass after you have booked a seat, so that the space can be offered to another parishioner.
- Please book your place in advance and arrive in plenty of time so that you can sanitise your hands and be seated by our Stewards. If you have not booked then unfortunately you will not be granted admittance
- Please do not register for this Mass/event if you have COVID related symptoms. Please return home and contact 111 to ensure you receive the care you require and to protect people’s the health of others in attendance.
- Your details will be kept for 21 days following each Mass to enable us to provide details to the trace and test system should an outbreak occur.