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We are a group of community workers, children, young people and volunteers who live, work and enjoy
life in Enfield Island and Enfield Lock. We exist to
strengthen a great community; to become the best versions of ourselves, and create a place where together we can all thrive.
You will find a group you can participate in, and a community you can contribute to. We look forward
to welcoming you, take a look at our social media pages to see what we are getting up to! Come and get involved!
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During Covid-19 we have a limited provision. However we hope there are ways to still stay involved, keep up to date with regular updated
advice - please see our Covid 19 update tab for previous updates. Stay updated and stay safe everyone, we hope to see you soon! #enactcommunity #stayhomestaylives #instagram #twitter #updates
We cannot wait to come back to see you all and we will once it is safe to do so. Stay in touch for further updates.
From the enact team
Social distancing eased but we must still stay safe
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has set out further changes to lockdown measures in England to enable people to see more of their friends and family, help businesses get
back on their feet and get people back in their jobs.
From Saturday 4th July, the Prime Minister has announced that pubs, restaurants and hairdressers will be able to reopen, providing they adhere to COVID Secure
From the same date, he has set out that two households will be able to meet up in any setting with social distancing measures, and that people can now enjoy staycations
in England with the reopening of accommodation sites.
In order to begin restoring the arts and cultural sector, some leisure facilities and tourist attractions may also reopen, if they can do so safely – this includes
outdoor gyms and playgrounds, cinemas, museums, galleries, theme parks and arcades, as well as libraries, social clubs, places of worship and community centres.
Following a review, the Prime Minister has also set out that where it is not possible to stay two metres apart, guidance will allow people to keep a social distance of
‘one metre plus’. This means staying one metre apart, plus mitigations which reduce the risk of transmission.
enact is working with the National Youth Agency and is following guidelines about when it is safe to reopen and begin face to face sessions.
Currently the guidelines state that we should only do online and digital youth work. Check back regularly as this is updated weekly.