Further Information: Safety / Health / Sexual health

Notice to those with:
Asthma/Anaphylaxia/Allergy.


Venue has always been totally pet free. No animal hair in furnishings or carpets.
Peanuts are not served.
Smoking is not permitted. 
Cannot guarantee dust free, but Dyson cleaned. 
Anti-bacterial/anti-viral liquid Dettol soap is provided in washroom.
Anti-viral and anti-bacterial hand sanitizer spray is used on all, upon arrival. This is particularly for those who have travelled using public transport. Supposedly scientifically proven, this hand spray should help prevent transmission of cold/'flu virus from hands, and perhaps Norovirus (winter vomiting bug). I don't want anything left behind post party on taps, and you don't want anything extra to take home either.
Incense is used.
No drugs.

Sexual Health:

If you are concerned about los
s of hair or erection problems, then free form amino acid 'Arginine' (available in health stores) may be of interest to you. It also appears to help with high cholesterol. Not a drug. Take with water away from food. Fairly potent as a sexual stimulant, it was prescribed before Viagra. Further information ...

http://www.aminoacid-studies.com/amino-acids/arginine.html

Candida Albicans/Thrush - There are some ill informed people who still think that men cannot contract it! From my own experience, and feedback from previous party guys, I would like to see it listed as an STI as it still can cause as much misery. Be aware that depending upon your immune system, thrush from a partner can become a very serious problem. You will notice red spots which then bleed. Canesten cream will clear it up, but there is a risk of complication for people with a weakened immune system, so be aware of this if you have hayfever, asthma, eczema etc. as your immune system is already not functioning as it should.
http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/246615.php
'Treatment consists of over-the-counter (OTC) anti-fungal creams and ointments. People with a weak immune system may require closer medical supervision. There is a small risk of complication among patients with compromised immune systems - the candidiasis might evolve into a more serious case of persistent infection called invasive candidiasis. If the fungus gets into the bloodstream, the infection can quickly spread thoughout the body, affecting various organs, requiring hospitalization'.