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All current and potential users of the multifaith and quiet contemplation rooms must familiarise themselves with this protocol. This document includes guidance on:
Consideration of others, the standard of conduct expected from, and the responsibilities of, all users of the rooms (see point 2)
Who is permitted to use the rooms, how to make a booking (see point 4)
The physical set up of the rooms (see point 6)
Rules regarding the use of the rooms -including those regarding noise and the consumption of food- and how to report any concerns about the rooms’ upkeep (see point 8)
Useful contacts (see point 9)
Guidance for all external guests to the multifaith and quiet contemplation rooms form (see Appendix 1)
Guidance on ablutions (see Appendix 2).
Download: Protocol for the multi-faith and quiet contemplation rooms (PDF)
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