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COVID- 19: lifting lockdown in Hull

By July 10, 2020Uncategorized

The COVID 19 pandemic has had a huge impact on the work of the voluntary and community sector in Hull. Overnight we have had to make changes to the services we deliver and how we deliver them in line with Government guidance and other restrictions. We have all shown how adaptable and flexible we can be in how we support our most vulnerable communities and the contributions the local voluntary and community sector has made over the past three months has been outstanding. Thank you for everything you have done and for what you continue to do.

As lockdown eases, we know that some of you are starting to return to delivering services but in different ways. We are keen to get an understanding of what you are doing and how people can continue to access your services. With your permission we want to share this widely via our website and email update to make sure that everyone is aware that the voluntary and community sector in Hull is open for business.

This short survey will allow us to gather this information. We appreciate that things are changing all the time so please keep us regularly updated on your services as they develop.

We are also aware that the end of lockdown presents some key challenges to all voluntary and community sector organisations working in the Hull. We want to understand these and look at how we can support you to continue to grow and develop.

You can update your information at any time by contacting Ali Middle – ali@nbforum.org.uk.

If you have any questions about this survey or the wider support offer please contact Jason Stamp, Chief Officer on jason@nbforum.org.uk.

You can take part in the survey here (opens in a new tab)

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