Corona Virus/COVID-19

Update: 15 June 2021

BCT Clubhouse open again for playgroups and events!
We are excited to announce the BCT Clubhouse is reopening thanks to the new ‘Summer Ease’ regulations issued by the Belgian government.

We’re opening for the summer with a relaxed schedule of playdates, playgroups and meet-ups.
For those staying in Brussels this summer it’s a great time to meet other BCT members in the Clubhouse & garden!

Check out our ‘This week at the BCT‘ newsletters for the weekly schedule and be sure to sign up on SignUpGenius with your BCT number and expiration date if you want to join one of the activities.

Spots are limited to 8 adults + children under 12

We hope to see you soon!

Can we also take this opportunity to remind all members to follow the standard rules:

  • Only attend if you are feeling well. 
  • Please remember your BCT membership card. (Or take a photo of it on your telephone).
  • Please only come to the Clubhouse if you have registered for a group. If you do not register and just turn up you may sadly not be able to attend if we have reached our maximum capacity and we would hate you and your child to be disappointed.
  • Please use the hand sanitizer located at the entrance.
  • Please bring your own face mask in case you are unable to keep the 1,5m distance.
  • Please follow our house rules of removing your shoes at the entrance. 

Update: 1 November 2020

In view of the lockdown measures announced on Friday, we will stop al personal BCT activities until 13 December. We will then re-evaluate the situation in line with the measures announced by the Belgian government.

Until then, all BCT activities will take place online. Follow our Facebook page for announcements and join our Facebook group for online activities.

Stay home – stay safe!

Update: 17 October 2020

Dear members,

As you probably are already aware, following an increase in cases of COVID-19, the Belgian government announced yesterday new lock down restrictions.

The BCT Executive Board discussed the situation last night and unanimously agreed that we have an obligation to put a halt to ‘face-to-face’ activities in order to keep all our members safe.

Therefore, effective from Monday 19 October, all face-to-face activities will be cancelled or postponed for a 2 week period, at which time the situation will be reviewed.

While this decision was not taken lightly, as we know how much you all enjoy the playgroups and activities, we feel it is the correct decision to make sure no members are put at risk.

We are currently in discussion with groups organisers and hope to be able to inform you early next week about several additional online BCT activities so we can all still keep in regular contact.

Thank you for your understanding and sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at:

We appreciate that these are difficult times for families in Belgium, but please remember you are never alone and the BCT is working hard to support all member families.

The Executive Board of Directors of the BCT

Update: 13 September 2020

Dear BCT members,

In September 2020, we’ve opened the doors to our new BCT Clubhouse.

Due to the current circumstances, the number of playgroup participants is limited. To join an event, you need to sign up online. In addition, our playgroups will have to follow certain rules to make sure that everyone stays safe.

We understand that it’s not always easy to follow all these rules but we want everyone to be safe, so they are necessary.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in contact, either with our information team at or with our groups coordinator at

Thank you for your help in making everyone stay as safe as possible!

The Board of Directors of the BCT

BCT COVID Prevention Measures

12 March 2020

As you are aware, the current situation with the CoronaVirus/COVID-19 is becoming more of a concern to everybody. The WHO (World Health Organisation) has now classified it as pandemic.

Many companies and the EU institutions have taken ‘social distancing’ measures, such as cancelling meetings and events, encouraging staff to work from home, avoiding public transport, etc. The Belgian authorities are advising not to hold large gatherings.

This is a fast changing situation and is likely to evolve rapidly over the coming days and weeks. Due to these circumstances, the BCT Board has agreed to suspend BCT gatherings and social events for the next 2 weeks. The situation would then be reviewed at that time.

This decision is not taken lightly, but it is the BCT’s priority to safeguard and respect the health and wellbeing of its members and of the community.

We ask that you please use your BCT online connections and remain connected, through our Facebook groups and WhatsApp groups, during this period. We are very much here for our members and will do what we can to help. You can also use these resources to share ideas on how to keep your kids entertained. If something works for you, why not share it with other parents who are also looking for ways to keep their kids busy?

We will re-assess the situation in the coming weeks dependent on the official advice.

Thank you for your understanding and sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at:

The Board of Directors of the BCT