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Club Information

Current Covid Restrictions

As a legal registered club, Quest is obliged to adhere to all local and national rules and laws, including current Covid health reglations.

This includes applying restrictions on who may enter the club and the number of people that may be in the building at any time.

Please do not take out your frustrations at these rules on our staff. These are legal restrictions, not something we have introduced ourselves.

Reopening.

We re-opened on Tuesday 20th July at 11am. We look forward to seeing you all again

Safety Precautions

We will be taking your temperature before you enter the club
If you are running a temperature of 38°C or over you will be denied admittance.

Update 12th September 2021

The latest news is that we will not need to have vaccine passports after all.

Watch this space for the next U-Turn!


We will not be requiring proof of vaccines or a negative test whilst this remains optional, we will have to ask for these from the end of September 2021.

New Rules from September

We have been informed that from the end of September Covid 19 passports or vaccination waivers will be required to get into any nightclub or adult club.


Important Update:

Information released on 5th September

This is the latest Information and replaces the information released in July

Vaccine passports in nightclubs and other indoor venues in England will be required at the end of September 2021, the vaccines minister has confirmed.

Nadhim Zahawi said it was the right time to start the scheme for sites with large crowds as all over-18s will have been offered two jabs by then.

People can prove their Covid status via the NHS Covid pass which shows if they are fully vaccinated.

Very Important

Please do not come to the club from October 1st onwards without your vaccine passport - we will not be allowed to let you in.

How do I prove I've been vaccinated?

If you live in England:

As long as you are registered with a GP, you can get proof of your Covid-19 status - the NHS Covid Pass - via the NHS App.

The NHS App is not the same as the NHS Covid-19 app (which alerts you if you've been close to others with the virus).

The NHS Covid Pass shows your Covid vaccination details or test results.

People aged 18 and over can get an NHS Covid Pass to use in the UK if:

  • It's been two weeks since your second vaccination (or single Jansen dose)
  • You've had a negative PCR or lateral flow test result in the past 48 hours, and reported it on the NHS website (this pass lasts for 48 hours after the result)
  • You've had a positive PCR test result in the past six months, and finished self-isolating (this pass lasts for 180 days)

Where do you get your Vaccine Passport?

You can get your NHS Covid Pass Here


If you live in Scotland

Anyone 16 and over can go online and download a PDF version of their vaccination status showing a unique QR code.

Printed letter versions for anyone 12 and over can be requested via the NHS inform website or by calling 0808 196 8565.

By October Scotland will have Vaccine Passports.

If you live in Wales

The NHS Covid Pass is available digitally but you need to register for an NHS login.

Call 0300 303 5667 for a paper copy at least five days after your final dose.


Information released on July 19th

Full vaccination will be a condition of entry to nightclubs and other venues where large crowds gather from September, the government says.

Latest figures show 35% of 18-30 year olds have still not been vaccinated.

Currently nightclubs and other crowded venues are only encouraged to ask revellers to show proof of vaccination, a negative test result or immunity. But Boris Johnson said he was concerned by the "continuing risk" of transmission posed by nightclubs.

The announcement came on the day nightclubs were allowed to reopen after almost 18 months of closure.

The Prime Minister told a press conference on Monday: "I don't want to have to close nightclubs again as they have elsewhere. But it does mean nightclubs need to do the socially responsible thing. "As we said last week, we do reserve the right to mandate certification at any point if it's necessary to reduce transmission. "And I should serve notice now that by the end of September, when all over 18s have had their chance to be double jabbed we're planning to make full vaccination the condition of entry to nightclubs and other venues where large crowds gather."

We will update this page as we get more information on this topic.