Lihou House Operation Instructions

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30/11/2016
Richard Curtis
30/11/2016
Reference
004
Date Last Reviewed
30/11/2016
Last Reviewed By
Richard Curtis
Next Review Date
30/11/2016

DOS AND DONTS
 
IMPORTANT
 

PLEASE ABIDE BY THE FOLLOWING IN THE INTEREST OF FUTURE USERS OF THE HOUSE AND ISLAND

 

Please DO the following
 

·        Look after the house and treat it with respect.

·        Take ALL your own litter and rubbish home with you.

·        Recycle everything you can – Nearest recycling point is L’Eree car park.

·        Collect and bag any litter/bottles found on the beaches or island.

·        Report any damage to the house – Accidents happen!

·        Avoid the high ground above Venus Pool and the northern tip of the island around dusk and during dark hours, as these are important bird roosting sites.

·        Return ALL collected natural beach materials to where they came from.

·        Leave the furniture as you find it.

·        Contact the warden if you are unsure about anything.

·        Use your common sense.

 

Please DO NOT do the following

 

·        Have any fires on the island.

·        Use coal or any derivatives in the lounge fire – Only wood to be used.

·        Use disposable barbecues – use the ones provided.

·        Put anything other than toilet paper down the toilets, as this is not good for the sewage system.

·        Have any food or sweets upstairs as this may encourage vermin.

·        Use bleach or strong detergents, as these are also not good for the sewage system.

·        Wear outdoor footwear on any carpeted surfaces within the house.

·        Try and cross the causeway when it is covered even if only by a little water as the tide rises fast and runs quickly.

·        Enter the restricted bird nesting areas that are roped off between the 31st of January and the 31st of July.

·        Leave ANY unused foodstuffs in the cupboards or fridge as the fridge gets turned off and the next guests in the house might be some time away.