sheriff permit rules
Given the increased crime in our county it helps if you are familiar with the rules when passing through our great town and visiting Moonshine Saloon.
Following the recent outbreak in the town of Coldwater, Marshalls have enforced strict rules for all Saloon owners. Our asks of you:
- Where possible please come dressed in your own wild western attire to ensure you look like a local. Sanitised hats and shirts can be provided where necessary.
- If possible, please bring your own face mask. A bandana will be provided to those without.
- Please queue outside the venue in your gang on each floor sticker and at a 2m distance from the next group.
- We will now be operating a no-readmission policy to limit the unnecessary movement of guests inside the venue. This will mean that you will be unable to leave for a smoke break and return. Of course, if you wish to leave you can but we will be unable to allow readmission.
- Please use the hand sanitiser available upon entrance and throughout the experience.
- You should remain in your seats for the duration of your experience unless instructed otherwise. If you need the bathroom, please inform a member of the saloon.
- Now, more so than ever, please refrain from throwing ice, straws or any other items inside the venue.
- At the end of your experience, please await instructions from the saloon owners on how to safely exit.
Moonshine Saloon operates a zero tolerance policy with regards to physical, violent or abusive conduct. Please listen to the safety warnings given by any member of staff before or throughout your booking.
Anyone displaying inappropriate, offensive or threatening behaviour (either to guests, the staff or the venue itself) will be removed from the experience without a refund. This also includes excessive singing, screaming or shouting inside the venue.
Touching the actors or any staff is strictly prohibited and could be deemed a criminal offence. Offenders will be asked to leave the experience without a refund and may be subject to police prosecution.
Staff within the experience reserve the right not to serve alcohol to anybody that appears to be over intoxicated. Any person(s) who appear to be over intoxicated will be refused admission or removed from the experience without right to refund.