Following the lifting of the latest lockdown, Fellowship House is again open for a restricted programme. We will be closed again from 18th December until 11th January for the normal end of year shutdown. Thereafter, the restricted programme will continue. The situation will be closely monitored to see when we can start to include more activities. Vaccines are on the way so definitely a lot of light at the end of the tunnel. But . . . . how long is the tunnel? Patience is a virtue!
Nichola Brown puts her Zumba class through its paces for the last time for now. Oh dear. Barely three weeks after re-opening, Boris has forced another lockdown upon us. From November 5th, we’ll be closed until early December apart from the twice weekly Chiropody sessions. We’ll be back with more information about another reopening in due course. In the meantime, we retain a ‘Covid Safe’ building and the experience necessary to get going again as soon as we are allowed.
Nichola will be going onto Zoom in the meantime. If you think Zumba might be your thing, give her a call on 07516 560380
There have been some Committee changes whilst Fellowship has been closed. John Mathias decided some months ago to step down from being Chairman after 5 years in service. John has accepted the Committee’s invitation to stay on the Committee in an ‘elder statesman’ role. Keith Ellis understandably feels that 6 years as Treasurer is a sufficient whack in this busy role and will also stand down. The Committee is most grateful to both John and Keith for their tireless service and guidance. Andrew Botterill will take over the combined roles (Chairman immediately and Treasurer in November). A new Treasurer will be sought in 2021.