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Four Streets Project Chichester - changes to support during the pandemic
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Four Streets Project Chichester - changes to support during the pandemic

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As a result of the current Coronavirus restrictions, The Chichester Four Streets Project has made the following announcement:
Another change for The Four Streets Project as we continue to modify / adapt our service - keeping our volunteers & the people we care for safe during COVID
From Wednesday 6th January 2020 we are temporarily closing our evening supper club at Stonepillow Hub.
We have a high number of volunteers either self isolating or Covid positive. This has been a difficult decision to make - but one we have made with #stayingsafe #protectthenhs in mind.
Every lunch time - those attending to collect lunch from The StonePillow Hub - St Cyriacs, Chichester can pick up a Four Streets Greggs voucher. These are prepaid, valued at £5 - see photo & allow the holder to buy a Greggs sandwich, soup and savoury for dinner time.
PLEASE spread this message far and wide!
As Trustees we are liaising with Stonepillow every day & will monitor this weekly. We have also given vouchers to our local Sussex Police and to The homeless Outreach worker at Chichester District Council. Grandads Front Room CIC - can you help us get the word out?
The Four Streets Project will be back with our usual smiley 😊 , supportive & kind volunteers as soon as we can. In the meantime please stay safe!
Thank you
Donna Ockenden and Peter Gray
Trustees and Volunteers
The Four Streets Project