Pub in the Park – Update

The following update email and flyer has been received from Southwark discussing the Pub in the Park event which was scheduled to take place in July 2020 but was cancelled due to Covid-19.

The following link takes you to the relevant page on the Southwark web site where you can find out how to report a noise problem

https://www.southwark.gov.uk/noise-and-antisocial-behaviour/how-to-report-a-noise-problem


“Dear Dulwich Park Stakeholder,

Re: event reference number SWKEVE000303

We are writing to you to inform you about an update for:

Event Name: Tom Kerridge presents ‘Pub in the Park’
Location: Dulwich Park

Event description:

This event was licenced to take place over the 3rd, 4th and 5th of July 2020, but was cancelled due to COVID-19. The event has now been rescheduled to take place on the 25th  26th and the 27th of June this year.

The event is ‘Pub in the Park’ (PitP), presented by high-profile celebrity chef, Tom Kerridge. The Dulwich Park event will be one of a series of PitP events held at various locations across the country, including Chiswick House and Gardens in September.

As was intended in 2020, it will be run in AM and PM sessions on Friday and Saturday and one continuous session on Sunday. There will be an allocation of 3,500 tickets per session. This will be reduced to 2,000 tickets if social distancing measures are still in force at the time.

Event activity includes chef demos, food and drink tasting and trading stalls and a programme of music. More information can be found in the attached stakeholder information document and on the event website: www.pubintheparkuk.com 

Event Officer comments:

·       The premises licence for the event was issued in 2020. The licenced location and event area is shown on the attached map.

Roadmap and COVID safety: Pub in the Park has been certified as ‘We’re good to go’ by Visit England and will be fully compliant with whatever Government and Public Health guidance and restrictions are in place at the time. As things stand currently, the event is able to take place in step 4 (post-June 21) of the Government’s ‘road map out of lockdown’. All restrictions on outdoor events and social contact are due to be lifted in step 4.  

·       All event health and safety documentation is being presented to Southwark’s Safety Advisory Group for approval before the event can go ahead.

·       If there are still COVID restrictions in place towards the end of June and the event organisers cannot put measures in place to accommodate those restrictions, this event will not go ahead.

If you have any questions, or require additional information about this event, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Yours sincerely,

Southwark Events Team”


Stakeholder info - public