How to open up in a safe and practical way to assist communities through recovery
Tuesday 14th July, 6.30pm (on YouTube)
Community buildings across Kirklees are vitally important hubs for our communities which enable social, mental and physical support to our residents. The re-opening of these buildings in a safe and practical way is key in assisting our communities through the recovery phase of the coronavirus outbreak.
On Tuesday 14th July, at 6:30pm, Kirklees Council be hosting a webinar to provide guidance on how to safely re-open the community buildings across Kirklees and advice on how to consider when this can take place. Additionally, we will also be discussing the lessons that have been learnt from community buildings that have stayed open during lockdown and how we transfer that learning into the re-opening of community buildings across the district.
If you have questions that you would like answering at this webinar then please send them through before Tuesday 14th July. Please email your questions to Patrick Boosey, Wellness Service Lead at Kirklees Council (Patrick.Boosey@kirklees.gov.uk).
The webinar panel will consist of:
Joanne Bartholomew, Chief Operating Officer, Kirklees Council – Chair of the meeting
Jane O’Donnell, Head of Health Protection, Kirklees Council
Emma Griff, Facilities Management Officer, Kirklees Council
Jaime Nalson, Venue Management, Kirklees Council
Lisa Newbold, Community Services Manger, LS2Y (member of and Community Anchor organisation for Third Sector Leaders Kirklees).
There will be an opportunity for you to ask questions to the panel via the YouTube chat system but we strongly encourage that questions are sent through prior to the webinar.