Tuesday, Nov 24 — getting the toilets sorted We had a meeting at 9am after hearing the news from the Government at 4pm the previous day and immediately started working through decisions and what was already in place from our test event in September against Fulham Under-21s. There are a lot of logistics, including ordering in toilets, because we have to have portable toilets for social distancing. The problem is that our building dates back to the 1930s and there are narrow passageways for the entrance so you have to let someone go out before you go in, which would need stewarding. We weighed up the cost and the time it takes to take people in and out, and it was more cost effective and better to hire a load of portable toilets. Wednesday, Nov 25 — helping other clubs Other clubs have asked for information about how we staged a test event, when we had fans back in the stadium earlier this year. Andy Beattie, our Covid-19 officer and club secretary, has been a go-to person for the other clubs. Our position is that if any clubs ask for this info, we will give it to them because this is a collaborative effort. It really helped that we staged that test event. We were also one of the two pilot clubs, along with Charlton Athletic, to work with Movement Strategies, who the EFL used to look over our ground and prepare a detailed report. For the Fulham game a lot of tweaking with our ticketing system, so now when people are buying tickets in a bubble of three it wipes out the seats around them to maintain social distancing. Thursday, Nov 26 — what to do about face masks? Started the process of repainting the red arrows around the stadiums for fans to be directed to their seats. We put them down in September and are repainting them ready for Wednesday.