May news from Eddington
Posted Thursday 28th May 2020
UPDATES FROM EDDINGTON
LIFE AT EDDINGTON
Many of our community facilities have temporarily closed or are operating minimally in accordance with the current UK government and/or University of Cambridge guidelines in response to the Coronavirus outbreak.
As government guidance around working is changing, we are adjusting the support activities from the teams at Eddington. Staff will now be undertaking work in communal and public areas, following strict protocols to protect themselves and others in line with government guidance.
We are continuing to review this situation as government guidance changes, and we will update you if there are any further changes.
EDDINGTON NUMBER CHALLENGE RETURNS
As the weather gets warmer we would like to invite you to take part in the Eddington Number Challenge.
The Eddington Number campaign was devised to get more people cycling, running and walking in the Cambridge area. Your Eddington Number is the largest number of miles you have cycled or walked for the same number of individual days. They don't have to be consecutive days.
Whether you’re starting out or speeding off, there is an Eddington Number for everyone.
EDDINGTON VIRTUAL COMMUNITY CENTRE
The Storey’s Field Centre team are joining up with other community centres across Cambridge to create a city-wide virtual community centre on Facebook.
The virtual community centre is a space to share positive ideas, support and inspiration, encouraging everybody in Cambridge to remain safe and resilient during the ever-changing COVID-19 pandemic.
There are spaces dedicated for families and children, for older people, for arts and culture and for wellbeing activities.
Eddington blog series continues
Operations Director Warren Forsyth explains how the teams at Eddington have been working hard through the Coronavirus lockdown.