Hi, hope you are all keeping safe & well. Brú Youth Service is looking into new ways that we can connect & interact with young people online while the centre is closed. More info on this coming soon. Young people over 13 can still contact us Mon-Fri between 5-9pm on our Facebook page through Messenger.
Some information on COVID19 for parents about keeping kids safe as well as ourselves.
Remember to keep social distancing and to keep washing them hands.
Bru Youth Service will be taking measures to engage with young people during this challenging time. One of these will be regular Facebook posts with factual and accurate information about COVID 19 and how to stay safe and healthy.
We will be using this to interact with young people on a daily basis of how to wash your hands correctly, signs and symptoms and much more and how you can help the spread of this virus.
The most important one is making sure your safe and checking in to see how you are doing.
We know this is a stressful and boring time, but we need to stay safe. We need to watch out for each other with social distancing (2 meters, 6ft) stay active and healthy. Eating the right foods and talking to grandparents and friends through social media (face time, phone calls etc).
Stay safe and we will be in touch very soon.
Youth Work Team.
Bru Youth Service has a responsibility to safeguard young people while accessing our project. We serve young people, staff, and visitors from throughout the community. All of these people may have close contact in this building, often sharing spaces, kitchen facilities, equipment, and supplies. It is our intention to take precautionary measures to prevent the risk of the spread of Covid-19, therefore, the following guidance will apply until further notice.
Guidance for young people & visitors to Bru Youth Service
- The use of hand towels and tea towels is not permitted (blue paper roll has been provided)
- All preparation and consumption of food by and for young people is not permitted
- All visitors to the facility are to be advised to wash their hands or use hand sanitisers which are provided
- Any visitor to the facility showing symptoms listed below shall be asked to leave (parents/ guardians will be contacted when young people are asked to leave)
All visitors should be directed to read the posters which have been displayed throughout the facility which provide advice on staying safe & protected
Brú Youth Service is holding its annual Christmas Event on December 15th 2019 for young people and their families who attend the service. There will be face painting, a magician, art workshops and balloon animals. And of course Santa will be visiting us here to see the children. The event runs from 1-3pm and there will be food and refreshments.
Welcome to our website, you can find out more about Bru Youth Service here and watch this part of the site for more updates on our work.