Hi everyone – Dan Rous here – Community Coach for this area.
Here we are 2 months into post and what a 2 months it’s been. I’ve begun to connect with groups in the area that I know about or who have come to me for support, but I know there are many groups out there that I could be working with.
So, if I haven’t contacted you yet, please don’t be offended. Just drop me a line and let’s begin the conversation. Whether you are really well established or starting out; whether you think you qualify for help or not – I am here for you. Contact details are on the flyer and on our contact page.
A lot of my time so far has been spent in various zoom meetings, gathering information that will be of benefit to groups as they look to get started after lockdown. I’ve emailed various bits of information to people directly, but will use this blog to widen the reach of the information.
For this week’s blog, I’ll focus on information that may be of help for those that have a building that is accessed by the public.
Getting your business back to work
A handout prepared for Third Sector groups but with generic business info from Anderson Strathern.
Social Distancing Policy
An example policy shared with permission from Community Focus Scotland
Finally, here is a summary report from a recent week of network sessions discussing what was needed to help get Third Sector organisations back up and running. It was collated from the discussions and sent to Local Authorities and the Scottish Government to inform their planning. Whilst there is little by the way of direct information, reading this may help you realise that you’re not the only one thinking a certain thing!
That’s all for now. I’ll be back next Thursday with more updates, information and encouragement.