We Are Reopening

We Are Reopening

 Thu, July 30, 2020

We have some exciting and wonderful news! On Tuesday September 1st, Castlehaven Community Centre will be reopening its doors. However, there will be changes in how we operate as the safety of our service users and staff is the number one priority.

Due to social distancing measures we will have to limit the amount of people in the centre at one time. This applies to both staff and service users. We will be hosting a reduced number of activities, but don’t worry, if you aren’t comfortable entering the building we will also be livestreaming a selection of sessions. We are very excited about the prospect of hosting fun activities for the community, this is something we have sorely missed during lockdown.

Other new measures include a track and trace system. Everybody entering the building will be required to fill out their contact details upon arrival. You will also be required to sanitize your hands, there will be several stations throughout the centre.  

For the foreseeable future we’ll be operating an appointment system, this means you will not be able to turn up without a prior booking. All these measures will be constantly reviewed as we want to provide the best service possible for our community. It’s imperative that everybody follows our new rules to provide a safe environment for the whole community to enjoy.

Our volunteers have been working tirelessly in the Community Park during lockdown, keeping the area in great shape for local residents to enjoy. We are hoping to utilize our green spaces and Horticulture Hub for future activities, so keep your eyes peeled!

We are incredibly excited about reopening and welcoming back our beloved service users. It’s been a very difficult period, and community cooperation has never been more important.

For more information and details on how to book please call 020 7485 3386, or email info@castlehaven.org.uk.

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