Falkirk community centres reopen - but social distancing restrictions remain

Community centres across the Falkirk region are back up and running for public use – although restrictions still apply.

Wednesday, 14th July 2021, 4:45 pm

Falkirk Council confirmed such premises are now accessible to members of the public, with many having spent several months locked up in line with coronavirus restrictions.

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The local authority stated its centres began reopening on a phased basis in June.

Bowhouse Community Centre in Grangemouth is among the facilities which have reopened. Picture: Michael Gillen.

A spokesman said: “All of our community education centres are open, however, use of these may be restricted or limited due to the Covid guidance which includes social distancing.”

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