With the mobile Library opening in the Car Park on Thursday afternoon from 2.00pm until 4.00pm. the Community Centre Committee has decided to open up the Edna Rose Room and offer refreshments for anyone who would like to come along.
Sue Hardacre, Vice-Chair said "We are delighted that the Library Service is returning but we were aware that people can only go in one person or one household at a time. There may be a queue, the weather might be wet of cold, so we thought of opening to offer a place to shelter and wait. If people are sheltering and waiting, then why not offer a cup of tea/coffee and a chance to have a chat. This invitation is not just to Library users, but anyone who feels like some company"
If this 'café' is successful then the Committee hope to offer the service on a more permanent basis, especially during the darker, colder winter months.
People coming to the café will need to sanitise their hands when entering and give details for the Track and Trace system. Mask must be worn while walking about but can be removed while seated and drinking.
All these plans however, depend on Cheshire West and Chester remaining at Tier 2 regulations and that any change, should it come, will be in the right direction to Tier 1. Moving to Tier 3 will mean that greater restrictions will have to apply.
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