Test and Trace is a key tool in controlling the spread of the virus. It is not mandatory in Churches, although this may change. Along with other venues where people spend time, churches are strongly encouraged to keep a record of those who have attended to facilitate NHS Test and Trace in the event of an outbreak of coronavirus. Participating in Test & Trace will help to slow the spread of Covid-19

To support the NHS Test and Trace programme, we are asking for contact details of Mass attendees, as well as recording times of attendance. It is sufficient to have the details of only one person in the family/couple/household attending.

In line with official guidance, we will keep your details safely and in compliance with GDPR legislation for 21 days before securely disposing of them. We will only share your details with NHS Test and Trace, if asked. We will not use your details for any other purposes or pass them on to anyone else.

If you consent to providing your information for this purpose, please complete the form by downloading and bring it with you to mass.

This is to be done at every mass you attend.

NOTE: If you have Covid related symptoms. Please return home and contact 111 to ensure you receive the care you require and to protect the health of others in attendance.

Protecting your privacy - Your personal details will be stored in a securely locked cabinet for 21 days. After this time, your details will be shredded.


You can print and fill form before coming to Church. Just pop into the box in the porch

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