People get ready!

We have been closed since end of play on Christmas Eve, but we now have a date for reopening – all being well! 12 April, which is six weeks away. Time to dust off the cobwebs and get the Tree House shipshape in time to welcome everyone back.

With that in mind, I am happy to start taking donations of books again. If you have books you would like to bring to us, get in touch, and we can arrange a time. We can keep our distance – open the door and let people drop books inside – and I have now been vaccinated too, so I should soon be a bit less of a risk. I think the vaccine takes three weeks to become effective, and it’s nearly a week already since I was jabbed.

I am also making plans for a few small things to do when we reopen – still thinking about them, but nothing major. And from now on our charity focus will be to support musicians, who are still facing a year of uncertainty and often not covered by any of the government rescue packages. (Thankfully we have received government grants, which is how we have survived!)

More soon! Keep reading.

2 thoughts on “People get ready!

  1. Dean Geoghegan February 28, 2021 / 13:42

    I wish people would not use the word “Jab” or “Jabbed” it has negative connotations for those that fear needles and implies that the injection is plunged into the arm in an agressive manner.

    “I have been vaccinated” – will suffice.

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  2. Victoria February 28, 2021 / 13:44

    Fair enough, Dean. I respectfully disagree, but can see why you think that.

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