From Monday 12th April 2021, Community Centres can open again, so along with some support groups who haver been able to meet there will be additional activities for young children. Social distancing rules still apply and there are government guidelines to follow, but it is a start to us being able to welcome back the many groups and clubs that met here. The next step we hope will be 17th May when the larger sports and exercise groups can come back in. Watch this space for City Life, ABC Softplay sessions and some new groups and classes as they begin to start up again and are able to meet once again. The Royston Community Association has worked hard over the last 12 months to keep the centre ready for opening up to the community again. It is delighted to report the centre is in tip top condition and a Covid 19 Secure venue. Our new Day Nursery opens to it’s first customer on Monday and we wish it every success. If you are looking for a nursery place for your child get in touch with them – their details are on the flier below this post. Just scroll down to find Wonderlands Day Nursery.Welcome back to Littleruggers, NCT Yoga and Baby Massage, ICON Dancing – lessons for families or individuals and Drama with the Helen O’Grady Academy.
Although the Government has allowed Community Centres to open for activities but during this phase of lock down the office will not be fully open. We ask for your patience and please leave a telephone message if you call and send an email if you can and these will be dealt with and we can contact you as soon as possible. If you can manage your sessions in line with latest social distancing regulations then please contact us.
Great News. From April 12th the Rainbow Room and associated play areas will be home to the WONDERLAND DAY NURSERY. Please Click Here for more information.
Royston Hub is a website created to serve our community. There are many people in our community that require help and support. Loneliness, physical or mental challenges are some of the problems. Good news is that there are plenty of loving and kind people, support groups, charities and organisations offering help. Royston Hub is an Online Hub designed by a local resident with the aim to serve our community to make people’s lives better. If you are one of those who require and are searching for help, you could find it here.
We are happy to support the new NHS Covid-19 app. It is easy to download and you can use our free wifi – the password is on our notice boards. Go to your app store search for the official NHS Covid app and download it. You will need your bluetooth on but then you can open the app and it asks you to put the first part of your postcode in and then it will give you the option to check in at your venue. Press that and your camera activates and you hold it up to the QR code which is on posters all round the centre, at the entrance and on the notice boards and it will register you are are in the Coombes Community Centre.
The Royston Community Association is a voluntary organisation formed in 1976 to promote social, welfare and recreational activities for people of all ages living in Royston and the surrounding area.
At Coombes Community Centre there are activities which offer a wide range of social, welfare, self-help, educational, leisure and sporting opportunities.
The RCA run the Coombes Community Centre, situated on Burns Road in Royston, which was purpose built in 1987, whose facilities can be booked by organisations and individuals.
We offer encouragement and practical assistance to anyone wishing to start up new activities for the community.