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It’s true! After many moons in New Farm, Arafmi is off to a new home – albeit just around the corner. We’re a little sad, but very excited about moving to our new place. We wanted to share this news with you and answer any questions you may have.\

Where is it?
Our new address will be 24 Chermside Street, Teneriffe. It’s not far from our current location, but here’s a map so you can check it out.

Where can I park?
|ur new premises has quite a lot of 9h carparks around us, as well as a couple right in front of the door. We may also be able to utilise some carparks at Kui down the road.

Where’s the nearest bus stop?
There are quite a few bus stops close to 24 Chermside Street. The closest one would be Harcourt Street (Stop ID 010351), at Hough Lane Teneriffe.

For TransLink Public Transport options visit TransLink website or Call 13 12 30, 24 hours a day.

Will the workshops still be inhouse?
Yes, our workshops will continue to be held within our offices, it just means you’ll travel to
24 Chermside Street, Newstead.

When are you moving?
Our moving date is Tuesday, 3 December 2019.

Will you still be taking calls?
Yes, we will. All calls will be forwarded to our support workers.

Will the office be closed for the move?
Yes, both our old and new physical locations will be closed while we move out of the old office and into the new. Services will continue as usual. If we have to relocate carer support groups or workshops, we will be in touch with those who will be affected.

The New Farm Support Group is scheduled for Sat, 30 November. Where will that be held?
The New Farm Support Group will still meet as usual on Sat, 30 November at Merthyr Road, New Farm.

I will be attending the New Farm Support Group on Sat, 14 December. Can you tell me where that will be held?
This will be held at our new location at 24 Chermside Street, Teneriffe.

When will you re-open?
We will be back open for business on Monday, 10 December.

Please contact us on 07 3254 1881 if you have any further questions.

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