From Monday 17 January 2022, we’re moving our face-to-face meetings online. Following advice from the health sector, to keep our staff, volunteers, groups, the community and other organisational partners safe, instead of conducting face-to-face meetings, we’ll use Zoom or Teams.
We’re not sure when it will be safe to hold face-to-face meetings but we’ll keep you updated on our website and Facebook page.
Take care and kind regards from the MHFFTas Team
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