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Vivacity launches online platform to bring services into homes

Vivacity, the charity that manages much of the culture and leisure opportunities across the city, has launched a platform to bring some services straight to the homes of customers.
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Vivacity at Home is the charity's new platform to allow people to continue using its services (Photo: Vivacity)

Vivacity at Home is a platform that allows Vivacity's services - including the libraries, gyms and Peterborough Museum - to continue to inspire as the country stays at home to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. 

With information on how to access e-books alongside accessible sports and workouts and fun crafts for the family to get stuck into, the Peterborough charity hopes there's plenty of new activities "to help you and your family to stay healthy, happy and having fun during this time".

Currently all Vivacity venues are closed to the public in line with government advice about social distancing and gatherings of more than two people. All payments in relation to those services (library fines, Club Viva childcare and gym memberships, for example) have been suspended.

The online platform can be found here: vivacity.org/campaign/vivacity-at-home/.





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