Now that restrictions have lifted, and limits on social contact have been removed we’re delighted to be gradually welcoming people back to our centres, but we’re keen to do so as safely as possible. As a result, we’re keeping some measures in place.
Encouraging the use of face coverings
We want everyone to feel as safe as possible in our centres. With that in mind we’re asking people to continue wearing a face covering if they can. While no longer a legal requirement, visitors will be asked to wear a face covering when in our indoor communal spaces or walking around our buildings. They can be removed when participating in classes/activities or if sitting at a table.
Working hard to keep you safe
We’re keeping enhanced hygiene, cleaning and safety measures in place. Hand sanitiser is available and we’re keeping restrictions on numbers in place for the use of confined spaces.
Find out more about what's happening near you.
Thank you for your help with this - we hope to see you at one of our centres and out in the community very soon!
Our services are also running, we are continuing to offer:
- Help at home
- Information and advice
- Dementia support
- Telephone befriending
- Doorstep deliveries and wellbeing checks via our localities teams
- Meal deliveries
- Welfare and safety support
- Wellbeing advice
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If you’d like to access any of the services above or have any questions about activities near you, need information or advice, or if you’re worried about a friend or family member, please contact us on 0800 019 1310 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Coronavirus restrictions have lifted — and while this is good news for some, a lot of us are still feeling a bit anxious. Age UK have updated their coronavirus hub to help you and those you care about stay safe through the next phase of this pandemic. https://www.ageuk.org.uk/information-advice/coronavirus/coronavirus-guidance/