So, as we head into a new and hopefully much brighter 2021, we thought we would give you an update on our plans moving forward.
All being well government guidelines will allow us to be in a position to reopen the centre on Monday 17th May 2021, this is assuming that the government is able to stick to their roadmap for re-opening the country.
If all this goes well and the current government guidelines do no not change, we anticipate the building will be completely open with no restrictions from Monday 21st June.
Regardless of whether we are able to open the centre, Happy Corner Nursery is open and running as normal.
As we have mentioned before a substantial number of changes have taken place in the centre and these include a one-way system around the building, staggering group start and finishing times and introducing a queuing system for entrance to the building.
There are also hand sanitiser points placed at numerous junctions throughout the building, Perspex screens have been erected, all additional furniture has been removed from rooms, there will be no tables in the foyer / corridors allowing for a better flow of traffic and all tables and chairs will be sanitised between groups and classes.
You will also see numerous posters and signs regarding Coronavirus around the centre as well as in all the rooms. Warning signs will also be placed on the entry doors advising you not to enter if you are showing any signs of Covid-19.
We have also made changes to the taps in all of the toilets so there will be no issues with water pressure and hot water.
Fingers crossed on the 17th May we may also be in a position to finally re-open The Starr Cafe.
We will of course stay up to date with the government guidelines and make changes where and when it is applicable to do so.
As far as Quinborne is concerned the main thing is for all of us to make all our users feel as safe and secure as possible.
Stay tuned to the website for more information and all that leaves us to do is wish you all a Happy Easter.