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COVID–19 update from Dreadnought’s CEO: Monday 11th May 2020

I begin by expressing our hope that everyone is keeping safe and well.  The Dreadnought team have been working tirelessly over the past weeks to develop our online alternative service whilst our face to face work is still on hold.

I am pleased to report that our Aspires groups are now all up and running ‘virtually’ with much fun and laughter as we all adapt to this new way of keeping in touch with each other.  Whilst we are not introducing additional young people to the groups at the present time, we are open for new referrals to the project. We would like to point out that any new young person referred may have the opportunity to join an online group in due course but at this time, we are unable to say when our face to face service will resume.

Young people who were accessing our one to one service before the face to face work was put on hold, are being offered the opportunity to engage in online sessions.  In due course we will be opening this option of online one to one sessions, for new referrals and when this is available, it will be announced on our facebook page and website.

In the meantime, the team are available for any questions or queries regarding our services – please feel free to contact us.

Stay safe and well.

Sara-Jane Perrins

CEO

The Dreadnought Centre