To do a deep, intensive clean and purchase PPE to ensure the centre was safe when they reopened in August.
The funding helped enable an intensive clean of the centre as well as purchasing PPE in order to be in line with Coronavirus rules to allow for their reopening in August 2020.
When reopening in August, it enabled families to have picnics in an outdoor space, do arts and crafts and relax in an outdoor space away from home.
They held three sessions a week for 1-2 hours which benefitted 15 families including 25 children and 18 adults.
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