NODDFA OPENING SOON!!
After such a long time away, thanks to Coronavirus, we are now eagerly preparing to re-open Noddfa Community Centre.
There are still many restrictions to consider, as you know, not least the 2 metre rule, hand santisation and temperature monitoring. The majority of our patrons are also over 70 years of age and many are restricted further by having to sheild themselves completely.
The good news is that the 'Sheilding' restriction is expected to be lifted on Tuesday 18th August 2020, and if that does happen we will open our doors again, with a structured and small scale approach as follows:.
Sunday 23rd August Chapel (subject to the Methodist Church's approval)
Monday 24th August Welsh Conversation
Tuesday 25th August 10.30am Art Club
Tuesday 25th August 7pm Bingo
Once the 2 metre rule is lifted (or reduced) we will be able to open to larger groups, such as New Age and Coffee Morning and we will announce those as soon as we possibly can.
Thank you for your patience and understanding. We know many have mentioned how much they've missed Noddfa, and Committee Members have, themselves, missed being involved but have been restricted on what they can do. We are hoping to make up for lost time and will let you know our plans once we have some lea-way.
We hope you are all keeping safe and well.
Please see the following notice regarding a volunteering opportunity that aims to help and support people through difficult times and at this time of dealing with the Coronavirus. Details on how to apply are on the notice and we wish you every success if you put yourself forward
Hi everyone, we thought you might want to be made aware of Interplay, helping those at home and those with children, just incase you haven't heard of this already and may want some support. Be Safe and stay well
As many of you know, the recent outbreak of Coronavirus has caused widespread response and action to protect those considered most vulnerable to the virus.
Many of our members and users of Noddfa Community Centre are either in the age range, or experience some of the health conditions, known to be most/or more seriously, affected.
After receiving advice from Local Authorities and following Government advice, it is with regret that we have made the difficult decision to close Noddfa Community Centre until further notice.
We will be re-evaluating the situation regularly and will re-open as soon as we are advised that it is safe to do so.
In the meantime, if anyone considers themselves to be vulnerable and in need of help, eg they are at the ages identified and/or have not got close relatives and friends to support them, please do let us know and we will endeavour to assist you.
We trust that you understand our decision and we wish you all well.
Noddfa Community Centre Committee