Covid-19 update: Activities adapted in line with national restrictions
With the recent announcement of a new national lockdown until mid-February at the earliest, Albion in the Community has adapted face-to-face group activities to virtual online delivery (where possible), to play our role in reducing the risk of the spread of Covid-19 and to keep our participants, staff and wider community safe.
The charity runs more than 60 different projects throughout the local area, supporting upwards of 40,000 people every year. Currently, community delivery will be adapted in the following ways:
- All face-to-face group activity will be replaced by virtual online delivery (where possible).
- In-person community football sessions will not take place until mid-February at the earliest.
- Where schools remain open to support key worker children and schools request the charity’s support, in-school activities will continue under strict guidelines and on a case-by-case basis.
- Delivery of our wider charitable activities such as further education, health and disability programmes will continue remotely until further notice.
The charity remains committed to supporting our vulnerable participants via access to virtual support and regular wellbeing check-ins over the coming weeks.
If anyone has any urgent questions, please contact us in the first instance via: email@example.com