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Cambridge Sunday Mixed
England/Southeast
Cambridge
The Edge Café, 351 Mill Road, Cambridge, CB1 3DF. Note: for October and until 11th November, at least, we are trialing these face to face physical SAA meetings. Covid rules must be followed. To attend you need to follow the covid requirements listed be
Mixed - any sex addicts seeking recovery
English (en-GB)
please email saacambridge3@gmail.com or form below to make initial contact.
Sunday 19:30 Europe/London
1 hour

 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-meeting-with-others-safely-social-distancing/coronavirus-covid-19-meeting-with-others-safely-social-distancing

 

“formally organised groups to provide mutual aid, therapy or any other form of support. This includes support to victims of crime, recovering addicts , new parents, people with long-term illnesses, those facing issues relating to their sexuality or gender, and those who have suffered bereavement.”

 

There MUST be one person taking responsibility for a group. (Group Leader) This person needs to provide contact details to The Edge and agree to all guidance in this document.

 

1.    NHS Test and Trace (collecting attendee data)

The opening up of The Edge community facility following the COVID-19 outbreak is being supported by NHS Test and Trace. You must assist this service by keeping a temporary record of your visitors for 21 days, in a way that is manageable for your organisation, and assist NHS Test and Trace with requests for that data if needed. This could help contain clusters or outbreaks.

The group leader must record: Date/time of entry. Name, contact number & email of each visitor. To support anonymity for everyone, the group leader must keep details of each group in a sealed envelope for 21 days and then destroy if not required for the purposes of track and trace only.

 

2.    Symptoms ANYONE WITH COVID-19 SYMPTOMS, OR HAS BEEN IN CONTACT WITH ANYONE WITH SYMPTOMS, MUST NOT ENTER THE PREMISES.

 

 

3.    Social distancing, capacity & layout: - strict adherence to social distancing of 2 metres or 1 metre with risk mitigation (where 2 metres is not viable) are acceptable. The group leader agrees to set the café area up prior to participants arrival in accordance with said guidelines. And manage social distancing regarding movement within, entering and leaving the premises. We have a capacity of 15 people maximum in the café. We suggest group leader takes a photo of layout prior to setting up, to ensure café is left accordingly.

 

4.    Use separate exit and entry points: to produce a one-way flow in and out of the premises.

 

5.    Windows: Open for ventilation – making sure they are closed when you leave.

 

6.    Queue management: the flow of groups in and out of the premises should be carefully controlled to reduce the risk of congestion. It may be necessary to introduce socially distanced queuing systems.

 

7.    Cleaning

All surfaces, must be cleaned at the end of group, using standard cleaning products. (We have bacterial spray and bleach wipes). Please ask group not to touch surfaces unnecessarily.   

 

8.    Hygiene and face coverings

On entering and leaving a community facility everyone should be asked to use hand sanitiser available at the station by entrance door. Face coverings do not replace social distancing.

 

9.    Toilets

Please ensure the toilets are wiped down straight after someone has used them. Ask all group members to follow signage advice up in the toilet. Clean at the end of the meeting. (Products provided).

 

10.Refreshments

Must be brought in by individual group members for personal use only. No making of refreshments is permitted in the café at this time.

 

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