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Playgroup Is Back

We are excited to announce that Playgroup is back on in Erskineville! 

We have been in regular contact with the City of Sydney and Playgroup NSW about when we can restart our Playgroup and the good news is we are back at Joesph Sargent Community Centre. 

Playgroup will be on each Thursday from 10am to midday at 60 Prospect St Erskineville. 

Our playgroup is a safe inclusive space for LGBTQ+ parents including gay dads, lesbian mums, bi barents trans/gender diverse parents, queer parents, and parents through adoption, fostering and surrogacy to come and be with community. 

COVID safety 
Keeping it COVID safe, we will have limited activities and no shared food. We will have hand sanitiser, and antibacterial wipes available for families to use. Masks will be required for all adults inside the centre, and only vaccinated people over 16 are permitted to attend.

Morning tea is such an important part of our playgroup where everyone sits together and shares a snack. In line with our COVID safe plan everyone will have to bring their own food and drinks, and will not be able to share food with other families. 

To ensure social distancing of our babies please bring your own baby mat. 

And of course if you or your little ones are feeling unwell on the day, or suspect you have COVID, or have been in contact with anyone that has please stay home. 

We can’t wait to get the gang back together and catch up with all our friends! 

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