Have you spotted our new staff? Freya is our Project Assistant, which is brand new role for Win. You will find Freya online at the groups, out delivering packs or with the rest of the team for community events. If you see her about, please give her a very warm welcome.
WIN Project AGM
This is notice of the Projects AGM which will take place on Wednesday 19th May @ 1230. We warmly invite anyone who has an interest in the project or would like to find out more about how we have operated during this time of lock-down to come along. For more information e-mail us at email@example.com on how to join us.
COVID-19 Level 3 update. 29th April 2021
Level 3: what you can do.
All of Scotland is at Level 3.
At Level 3:
- you can meet in groups of up to 6 from 2 households in an indoor public place such as a café, pub, or restaurant.
- you can meet in groups of up to 6 from 6 households outdoors, in a private garden or a public place like a park or an outdoor area of a café.
- under 12s do not count towards the total number of people or households meeting outside but do count towards the household numbers indoors
- you can travel anywhere in Scotland and can stay in holiday accommodation – but you should not stay in someone else’s house.
- you can travel to England, Wales, Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man, or the Channel Islands – before you travel you must check the travel rules in those countries.
- you should not go into someone’s house except for certain reasons such as joining your extended household or caring for a vulnerable person.
- you can provide informal childcare, for example to look after a grandchild.
- 50 people can attend funerals and weddings.
- tradespeople can carry out any work in your home such as painting, decorating or repairing.
- you should work from home where possible.
What can open at Level 3
Places and business that can open at Level 3 include:
- cafés, pubs and restaurants can provide full outdoor service, subject to local licensing, and serve food indoors without alcohol until 8 pm
- all shops and stores
- all close contact services including hairdressers, barbers and beauty salons.
- gyms and swimming pools (no indoor group exercise classes allowed for over 18s)
- tourist accommodation
- all visitor attractions
- all public buildings like libraries and community centres
- drive-in events
What must close at Level 3?
Places and business that must close at Level 3 include:
- leisure and entertainment venues such as cinemas, theatres, nightclubs, and concert halls
2020 has been a challenging year for us all. We are delighted to have Mary McConnell, Wellbeing Therapist offer relaxation sessions online. Contact us to book a place. Places are FREE but limited.
Some exciting and cheery news. Our kids club will be online this autumn, starting on Tuesday 29th September. If you would like to find out more or to book a place please get in touch.
Here’s our latest newsletter
We delivered packs today for our first online children’s summer club. We have more online children’s activities this summer. Get in contact if you would like more information or to register your child.
Our First online summer clubs. We might not be able to be in the same building but we can still have fun. Please contact us for more information or to book a place.
We are over the moon to have been awarded £49,500 over 3 years from the Robertson Trust to continue our work. For a small community based organisation this is an amazing opportunity.
We are very excited that we have received funding through Foundation Scotland and the National Emergencies Trust, to continue delivering our packs in the community. This money will allow us to deliver packs to more people. As part of the funding, we would like to share peoples feedback on what the packs mean to adults and children. If you are happy to share your thoughts, please comment below or send us and email or text.
Adult Arts and Crafts Packs.
This week we are preparing and delivering packs for the adults in the community that normally attend our Ladies Craft group on Tuesdays. As it is such an unusual and challenging time for everyobody we are offering the packs
Family Activity packs were delivered to 21 families yesterday and we have had such a fantastic response to them. The next Family pack will be in 2 weeks time, unless the restrictions prevent us from this. If you have any suggestions/comments on the packs or would like to know if you can receive one, please contact us through our contact page.
It always makes us smile when we receive another beautiful rainbow picture #stayhome.
Thank you Kayden and Kyomi for this lovely chalk drawing.
Next week we are delivering family activity packs. Contact us for more information.
Glasgow Covid 19 Support
A great website and helpline for anyone struggling during this time. It covers the whole of Glasgow.
Our first newsletter that we hope to reach more people in the community and share our services and find out what people would like to see in their community.
WhatsApp Crafting today!
This afternoon Dawn joined 2 families online to try some crafting together. It was definitely more challenging online than face to face but we are looking for more people who want to get involved with our online support.
If you are interested or would like more information please contact us.
Craft Tuesday. Make an aeroplane and flying goggles. Fly off to somewhere magical with your imagination. A fun activity to do at home with children
WIN Project AGM
This is notice of the Projects AGM which will take place on Wednesday 19th May @ 1230. We warmly invite anyone who has an interest in the project or would like to find out more about how we have operated during this time of lock-down to come along. For more information e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to join us.