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Youth Club News

Good News! Following the success of our Online Zoom Live! sessions, we have decided to continue running Youth Club in the Summer holidays! Youth Club sessions in August will return to a MONDAY evening from 6.30PM TO 8.00PM and will be live via Zoom! SESSION DATES WILL BE:  3RD AUGUST, 10TH AUGUST, 17TH AUGUST AND 24TH AUGUST 2020. The sessions will cost £5 per
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Cancellation of Saturday Club on 23rd May 2020 and Holiday Respite Care on 27th May 2020

Following the UK Governments announcement this week that the public should still be adhering to social distancing guidelines, it has been decided by staff and the Board of Trustees that we will have to continue to cease running services at FUN. Sadly, this will affect our Saturday Club Respite care and Holiday Respite Care and unfortunately, we have had no option but to cancel
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We are back on Twitter!

Families United Network – Home FUN MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS!..We are now active on Twitter – you can follow us at : @FUNBedfordshire – we have lots of helpful information and ideas during this Covid-19 crisis


Updated Government Information

FUN Members and Supporters….. please click the link below to find out the updated Government guidelines explaining the new guidance on outside activity. This relaxation will hopefully go some way to helping you get yout children out and about with more options of things to do. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/new-guidance-on-spending-time-outdoors?utm_source=f3fc1c2a-9679-494b-9830-6451ea9e84de&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=govuk-notifications&utm_content=immediate


Renew Your FUN Membership NOW

FUN Members Please renew your membership by 30th April 2020 to remain a member of FUN. All renewed memberships are currently being added to our NEW database ……don’t be left out !!! Once we switch over to our new database, only those who have renewed will receive any emails or mailings from us. If you have not renewed your membership you will not be
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Member Update – Cancellation of Services until 20th April 2020

Dear Members, Following our Trustees meeting last night, it is with huge regret that we have to inform you that we will not be able to open any services until 20th April 2020.  This includes all of our evening clubs, respite clubs, and our Easter Holiday Club that is now cancelled. Given the government’s latest advice, we have no choice but to take this
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We Need Your Feedback!

Please Please Please give us your feedback! Please get in touch with the FUN Team with regards to your feelings, thoughts and ideas after the announcement from the government regarding school closures. We need your feedback in order to evaluate the level of need for support that our members may have over the coming weeks and months. We are reviewing the developing situation on
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Cancellation of FUN Services until 31st March 2020

MEMBERS UPDATE As an organisation we are regularly monitoring updates from the Government to ensure that we are operating within their advised guidelines.  In this interim period of uncertainty with many public gatherings and public services closing, the decision has been made as a precautionary measure to cancel all FUN services until the 31st March 2020. This will affect the following services: Youth Club
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Member News – Keech Swimming Session Cancellation

MEMBERS PLEASE NOTEWe have been advised by Keech Hospice that all future bookings for our FUN Hydrotherapy Swimming sessions have now sadly been cancelled until further notice. This is due to the current situation with the Covid-19 outbreak. All members who have booked and paid in advance will be issued with a full refund. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.


COVID-19 UPDATE

Dear Members, With concern rising about the global outbreak of Covid-19, and following yesterday’s advice from the government, we will now be taking some initial steps at FUN to safeguard our staff and members.  Although the outbreak in the UK is still relatively contained, we need to take some proactive actions to ensure that we are doing all that we can to slow the
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