INSPIRE’S CENTRE IS OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
The Crypt centre is now open again from 10am – 5pm weekdays only.
To ensure COVID safety
arrangements, the following information will apply based on Government guidance
- All visitors must wear a face mask on entering
- All visitors must use the hand sanitising station on arrival
- All visitor staying for more than 15 minutes must provide their contact details to assist with the NHS “Test and Trace” system
- Social distancing must be observed at all times
- No catering facilities will be available
- Any visits arranged at The Crypt with our programme staff must be booked in advance
- Toilet facilities will only be available for those with arranged visits
- Any community groups wishing to use the main hall will be limited based on the most recent government guidance with use between 10am – 5pm weekdays and must provide a risk assessment for approval beforehand
- No party groups or other catering based activities can be accepted until further notice
We will be keeping these criteria under review and will update as necessary.
Ways to Give
Fundraising is essential for our continued ability to meet the needs of the community. Could you do a bake sale, a sponsored ride, a fun run, a marathon or an event to raise funds for us?
Volunteering and community involvement has always been at the heart of InSpire’s work with many of our successes unlikely to have been possible without the generosity of those volunteering their time to support the work that we do.
Looking for a venue for an upcoming event? Our Grade I listed building has a room for every occasion, providing easy access and affordable rates. Click on the links below to see rooms
Get involved with creating an exhibition of work exploring Life and living on the Aylesbury Estate entitled ‘As Here Becomes There’.
Last month, InSpire took a team of young footballers to participate in a tournament held in Manchester and organised by ‘Ellevate’ who have developed an app to help those wanting to progress in the sport. See how they got on.
The Tuesday Art Group with the help and support of A.R.T.I.C , held an exhibition of the wonderful artwork they create, over at the Café Deli Felice in Rotherhithe.
InSpire’s termly computer course has helped hundreds of local residents get to grips with the continual challenges that new technology brings. It’s goal is to empower those that otherwise would not use a computer.