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COVID19 RESTRICTIONS
 
October 2020

 

RE-OPENING OF THE COMMUNITY CENTRE

Government guidelines on what activities are now allowed both inside and outside the premises have yet again changed. We can now allow more activities and sessions provided that they conform to social distancing and other COVID 19 secure mandatory guidelines. Unfortunately, we still cannot allow activities such as close contact sports, children’s and family parties and celebrations or any events that involve large gatherings.

All our current activities can be seen on our webpage or you can ring the Centre to enquire as to what is available for you. Things that have come back include Exercise Classes, New Age Kurling, sports, Mayflower Club and much more. We also now have new groups/classes including Rugby Tots on Sunday mornings, Yoga and Pilates on Saturday mornings, Keep fit on Monday and Friday evenings, ZUMBA on Wednesday evenings, YOGA on Thursday evenings, Futsal (Football) coaching on Saturday mornings plus a variety of children’s and adult dance classes. For further information please visit our web site or contact the Community Centre.

We have taken a lot of time and effort and indeed cost to ensure that the Centre is COVID 19 secure and help reduce the risk of infection. To maintain this please note that:

THE CENTRE IS STILL NOT OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC SO, PLEASE DO NOT ENTER UNLESS YOU ARE ATTENDING A PRE-BOOKED ACTIVITY.

ALSO, PLEASE DO NOT ENTER THE BUILDING IF YOU ARE ILL OR HAVE CORONA VIRUS SYMPTOMS OR HAVE BEEN IN CONTACT WITH ANYONE ELSE WHO IS ILL. WE MAY CHECK YOUR TEMERATURE BEFORE ENTERING

PLEASE DO NOT ENTER IF YOU HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED BY THE NHS TEST AND TRACE THAT YOU HAVE BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A COVID 19 POSITIVE PERSON AND SHOULD ISOLATE YOURSELF

TRACK AND TRACE

The Community Centre is supporting the NHS Track and Trace programme. This is a mandatory Government requirement and therefore the Centre MUST record personal contact details of EVERY person who enters the premises to attend an activity, deliver goods etc. or even as an authorised visitor. This personal information is kept in accordance with the Information Commissioners Office data protection guidelines. The guidelines include the safe storage, use, retention and disposal of personal information. Please be assured that the Centre is complying with these guidelines


Thank you for your help and understanding 

If you have an enquiry about an activity or booking or require any further information please contact the Centre Manager on 07885 243033 or email us on markfieldcommunitycenmttre@hotmail.co.uk

At this moment in time we cannot undertake activities that would compramise social distancing rules or threaten our COVID 19 security. These include children's and family parties and celebrations, community events any large gatherings and certain  close contact sport or similar activities. 

Before entry users MUST use sanitisers located at all entrances AND obey social distancing markings and signs. All people entering the premises will be required to provide personal conact details to assist with track and trace. Personal details will be kept for 21 days.

Where people are attending the centre for a pre-arranged activity they MUST wear a face covering on entry and only take them off for exercise/sport activities or for consuming refreshments unless they are under the age of 11 years or have a medical exemption. 

Unfortunatley, at this moment in time, the Centre is NOT open for public access and we ask people NOT to enter the premises or use the car park unless they are attending a pre-booked class or activity. This would compramise our COVID19 security.

The aim has been to reduce the risk of the spread of infection and to ensure the safety of staff, volunteers, centtre users and approved visitors. This has taken a great deal of effort and cost.

Here at the Community Centre we have taken all possible steps to ensure that the premises meet Government Guidelines and to ensure that the premises are COVID19 secure.







 
 
 
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