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 20/3/20 We will be closed from Monday 23rd March!!

Due to the ever changing circumstances of the corona virus we have taken the decision to close from Monday 23rd March.We wish all our  service users, volunteers and staff well. We will be following government guidelines carefully and review the situation weekly. Please don’t hesitate to contact us for any help, we will be answering our phones for any support and queries. If anyone needs our help in the community no job is to big or small please get in touch! 

Corona virus action taken by Bikeability.

We know there’s lots of uncertainty out there around coronavirus (COVID-19) and the impact it will have in the UK, as well as the impact it’s having on the rest of the world. Having reviewed all current Government coronavirus-related health advice for the UK, we can confirm that Bikeability Wales will continue to operate as normal for now.

The safety of our customers and employees is our number one priority. Current evidence shows that the Covid-19 virus doesn’t survive for long in the open air, meaning using a bike is considered a reasonably low-risk.

To minimise risks, we are introducing enhanced cleaning measures, including sanitising the helmets & handlebars of all bicycles used, limiting the bikes out on site, regular hand washing of staff and volunteers and hand sanitiser will be provided for customers use.

As a small charity that provides a valued serve, we recognise the importance of routine and stability for some of our service users.  We hope to continue running our services as normal to support our customers’ needs.  

We will be monitoring the situation on a daily basis and will react accordingly if guidance changes. Customers can find out more by visiting our website or our Facebook page, where we will be providing any necessary updates.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Corona virus measures taken

  • Limit number of bikes out on site
  • Clean handlebars & helmets and till frequently throughout the day.
  • Clients to use hand wash before & after leaving Bikeability
  • Users to ride offsite if necessary  to control numbers of people using venue at one time.
  • Staff and volunteers to wash hands regularly throughout the day.

The safety of our customers and employees is our number one priority. Current evidence shows that the Covid-19 virus doesn’t survive for long in the open air, meaning using a bike is considered reasonable low-risk.