Group COVID-19 Update

Date: 22nd Aug 2020 Author: Adam Frost
Dear Parents/Carers/Volunteers,
I hope your all keeping safe and well. I would firstly like to apologise if we haven’t given more updates since our last update.
2nd Bramley has been closely looking at the guidelines, legalities and health and safety information. Scouting in England is still at AMBER level which means we can meet outside in groups of 15. However, with the holidays and weather permitting we have decided against meeting during this time.
We will be meeting online doing Zoom meetings from September and will then reassess when we will likely be doing face to face meetings again.
Please can you all let me know if your child is coming back to us if you just email me on this email address and tell me which section they are in.
Also in the meantime we will be sending around a newsletter so watch for this through the post.
Stay Safe
Adam Frost
Group Scout Leader

Please find 2nd Bramley Scout Groups’ response to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic on this page, along with other useful resources from the Charity Commission, Public Health England, the Government and the Scouts UK.

This page was last updated 09/04/2021

Covid-19 Guidance

Please find Covid-19 guidance from Public Health England at this link

Government advice – The Government’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) webpage is frequently updated as things develop, so please check it regularly at www.gov.uk/coronavirus.

England COVID-19 Level 

AMBER – However, 2nd Bramley is wanting up open up when we are Green.

HQ/Scout Information Centre/Safeguarding

The Scout Information Centre will only be able to deal with emails and web chat until further notice. As you can imagine, they are experiencing an unprecedented level of enquiries at the moment, so please use the Government guidance as your primary reference where possible.

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