Covid-19 Information page.

We are Open! 

Throughout the next few weeks we will be opening up classes in line with the Covid regulations and the Roadmap. If you would like any information around opening things up please go to the join in section of the site.

Here, at Marshfield Community Centre, we have been working hard to get the centre Covid Secure. There are a number of things we have had to ensure are in place to get ourselves back to opening and available for classes, cinema and activities.

We have reopened and we have a few new procedures in place that you need to familiarise yourself with before you visit. We will be reopening our centre in phases over the next few months. Please ensure that you read all the information, We look forward to welcoming you all back. If you would like to get in touch beforehand please email info@marshfieldcommunitycentre.co.uk .

 

Preparation for reopening: Our team have prepared the centre to ensure that we operate with COVID-19 secure measures in place. We have completed COVID-19 secure Risk Assessments and implemented changes to operational procedures. The most significant change is that everyone will need to pre-book where needed. If visitors turn up to an activity which has been expressed as pre-book only, and you have not pre-booked, sadly you will be turned away.  This will reduce the queues and will help us manage our significantly reduced capacity, ensuring those inside the centre can maintain COVID secure measure, including social distancing. This will guarantee that if you book a slot you will not be turned away due to our lower capacity limit. This is especially beneficial if you are travelling a long distance to visit the centre, so you won’t be disappointed.

 

Please be assured that the following measures are there to help prevent the spread of COVID19 and to protect our visitors, staff, our friends and family and the wider community.

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We have installed hand sanitiser units, which are foot operated,to further reduce

 the risk of germ spreading.These are at the entrance of the centre, in the halls

 and hand pump set up outside the toilets.

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There are some rules of ensuring we stay Covid-19 Secure that the government has asked us to role out for all hall users. We would appreciate your co-operation going forward so we can offer all of our visitors a confident visit.

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A Notice From Mental Health & Emotional Wellbeing team within Public Health at South Gloucestershire Council.

 

We work for the Mental Health & Emotional Wellbeing team within Public Health at South Gloucestershire Council. We are contacting you as the current Coronavirus pandemic is affecting not only physical health but mental health as well. Social isolation and distancing, financial concerns, job security, concerns over having enough food and provisions, change of normal routine among other things are not only affecting people with pre-consisting mental health conditions but will also have an impact on everyone’s mental health. The current situation will be a great cause of worry and anxiety for many of the population. There is also concern around the emotional wellbeing of our children and young people with the closing of schools and them not being able to see their friends.

 

We are contacting yourself to help pass on the work we have been doing to your users either through social media, website, newsletter or however you are staying in contact. We have been pulling together a wealth of resources and information to help people cope with these strange, ever changing and challenging times along with up to date information around mental health services both locally and nationally. All adult based information is being communicated through our One You website (https://oneyou.southglos.gov.uk/coronavirus-covid-19-useful-mental-health-information/) and all children and young people information is being held on our Mind You website (https://sites.southglos.gov.uk/mind-you/coronavirus-covid-19-useful-information/)   

 

We want to get the message out far and wide that these two websites are there for the people of South Gloucestershire to turn to if they are concerned about theirs or a loved one’s mental health. Attached is some wording for social media posts/newsletters/your website, to send out via email etc.