Tier 3 update

1 Dec, 2020
The Government announced yesterday that Bristol will be placed in Tier 3 until at least 16 December. Here is what this means for us.

The Government announced yesterday that Bristol will be placed in Tier 3 until at least 16 December. Here is what this means for us.

Easton Community Centre

Under the new rules, we are not able to host events or activities at the community centre. Given this, we have taken the decision to keep the community centre closed to the public until 3 January.
 
We are still in the office so if you need anything please call us Monday to Friday 01179 541 409 we’ll try our best to help.
 
It’s not all bad news… Given the Tier 3 status, we have decided to extend our #LiftUpLockdown programme of events. We’ll be adding more resources and online events to our programme over the next week.

Felix Road Adventure Playground

Felix Road will reopen on Thursday 3 December at 3.30pm! The playground team are so pleased to be able to welcome everyone back and can’t wait to see everyone and catch up. Opening hours will be Monday to Thursday, 3.30 to 5.30pm, Friday 3.30-5.30 (Felix Girls), CLOSED Saturday and 1 to 5pm on Sunday.

Our Felix Nights sessions will also restart on Thursday 3 December.

We will have the same COVID secure precautions in place that we had before lockdown 2. Such as; limited number in the playground, extra cleaning, and social distancing.

Christmas closure

After the year we’ve had the team need a well-earned rest, so we’ll be closed for a Christmas break from 21 December to 4 January.

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