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Pehiaweri Marae will be open for overnight stays from January 2021. At a Hui held 2 Dec 2020 the Marae Management Committee set the following Covid19 Protocols:

All bookings for Tangihanga and Hura Kōhatu will be discussed with the marae Tumu Whakarae (Mike Kake) prior to any arrangements being made. In regards to Tangihanga and Hura Kōhatu whanau must whakapapa to Ngāti Hau ki Pehiaweri.  A discussion with the whanau will cover all the protocols and expectations of the marae.  Once completed and agreed, arrangements can be made, communicated out and the booking confirmed.

All other bookings that include overnight stay will be required to meet with a representative of the Marae Committee and the Booking Administrator. The discussion will cover all the protocols of the marae and our expectations of the hirer.  Once completed and agreed the booking will be confirmed and can then be communicated out.

Tangihanga

  1. Levels 4 & 3: Marae Closed. 
  2. Level 2: Marae closed except for 1-night tangihanga stay with strict Covid19 Protocols.
  3. Level 1: Marae open with Covid19 Protocols imposed. 3 days maximum stay. Maximum of 40 persons sleeping overnight in the wharenui, this includes tamariki. Tumu Whakarae will hold discussions with whanau about the protocols and expectations of the marae. Once completed and agreed, arrangements can be made and communicated out.

Hura Kōhatu

  1. Levels 4 & 3: Marae Closed. 
  2. Level 2: Recommended that whanau host Hura Kōhatu at a whanau whare. 
  3. Level 1: Marae open, with Covid19 Protocols imposed. 40 people maximum sleeping.

Other Bookings   

  1. Levels 4 & 3: Marae Closed. 
  2. Level 2: Day bookings only. Covid19 Protocols imposed.. 
  3. Level 1: Marae open, with Covid19 Protocols imposed. 40 people maximum sleeping overnight in the wharenui including tamariki. 

Covid-19 Protocols

  • Sanitizing procedures must take place BEFORE entering & BEFORE exiting the Wharenui.
  • Encourage whanau to use the QR Scan codes at each entrance to the Marae and doorways.
  • Contact Tracing Lists must be kept and provided to the Booking Administrator  at conclusion of the hui for future reference if required. 
  • Regular handwashing actively encouraged.
  • Maintain social distancing.
  • Masks should be worn if required.
  • Do not come to the marae if you are sick.  
  • Gloves must be worn when handling and cooking all food in kitchen.

As part of your shopping, you will need to supply the following:

  • Hand Sanitiser
  • Gloves
  • Anti-bacterial cleaning Spray and cleaning cloth
  • Anti-bacterial hand wash or soap
  • Rubbish Bags

As part of the usual mahi, you will need to designate kaimahi for the following mahi

  • ALL white seats in the wharenui need to be wiped down after each sitting.
  • ALL table and chairs in the Wharekai need to be wiped down after each meal sitting
  • Toilets need to be cleaned regularly