We're still here for you
We are still very much here for older people and our services are running in-line with the Government guidance.
As we move out of lockdown, we are here for all local older people, including those who may be finding the changing situation challenging. We can provide vital support to help them cope at this difficult time but we need your help to do this.
We are now in next stage of lockdown easing (Coronavirus roadmap stage 3), which means that from the 17 May:
For more information about the Coronavirus roadmap: lockdown lifting please click here.
As the lockdown restrictions continue to ease we are looking forward to welcoming you inside our fabulous centres again (from 17 May) – we look forward to seeing you soon!
Our services are running in-line with the Government guidance. We are continuing to offer:
We are here for you. If you’d like to access any of the services above or have any questions, need help or if you’re worried about a friend or family member, please contact us on 01903 731 800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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