Charity meetings - changes to the law on the number of people who can meet

30.09.2020
Stef Smith
Charities, COVID-19

The government has introduced new rules which mean that from 14 September it is against the law to meet in groups of more than 6, either indoors or outdoors.

There are some exceptions where groups can be larger than 6 people and this includes providing voluntary or charitable services. 

This means you can hold trustee or members' meetings of more than 6 people where these meetings are necessary for providing charitable services.

More detailed information on these rules can be found in this guidance

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