Submitted on Wednesday 7th October 2020
Rejected on Thursday 15th October 2020
Current status: Rejected
Rejection code: no-action (see below for details)
Bring back children centre's face to face stay and play sessions !
New mums and their babies need this !
They make new mums feel less lonely and more confident
They support baby's development
They bring structure to the week
They help babies socialise
They bring mums together to form friendships
They give parents focused time to spend with their baby to help with bonding
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The Government e-Petitions Team gave the following reason:
Indoor play areas are already allowed to open under certain conditions, so long as they observe social distancing and other related guidelines: committees.parliament.uk/publications/2970/documents/28398/default/. It is for individual businesses to decide whether, and how, they can re-open within these restrictions.
It is therefore not clear what else you would like the Government to do.
You may wish to sign this petition which calls for a similar action: petition.parliament.uk/petitions/331261
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