Track and Trace

Last updated: 05.02.2022 21.10

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Services under Covid-19

Track and Trace Privacy Policy

Covid-19 Documents

In light of the new legislation which came into effect on the 27th Jan 2022:-

There is now no legal requirement to sign in before the service although you may scan the NHS QR code if you want to.

Previous information:

The NHS COVID-19 APP is now up and running.

This app will allow you to easily register your arrival at the church. We have our venue code set up already.

Download the app before you arrive:

The app is available for smartphones only - not for tablets, smartwatches or other devices.

To get started, go to:

Android's Google Play or

Apple's App Store

Download and install the app

Handsets must have Android 6.0 (released in 2015) or iOS 13.5 (released in May 2020) and Bluetooth 4.0 or higher. (Ensure Bluetooth is turned on in settings).

At Church: Look out for the blue A4 poster on the church door. There's an enormous QR code on it.

  1. Scan the poster with the app using the "Venue check-in" option (do not use any other QR code readers !)
  2. The app registers you and it will display a confirmation message "Successful check-in Framfield Church".
  3. Come in and enjoy the service

Manual Track and Trace

You were asked for basic contact details on your visit, to complete our track and trace information.
This is required to comply with the rules we are governed by, and any information given will be destroyed after 21 days. Such information will not be used for any other purpose than Track and Trace.

NHS Test and Trace

General Guidance:

If you test positive

NHS Test and Trace: if you're contacted after testing positive for coronavirus:

If you've been in contact

NHS Test and Trace: if you've been in contact with a person who has coronavirus: