At 8:00 pm tonight, Thursday 26 March, there will be a social event to celebrate the efforts of everyone fighting coronavirus. All you need to do is open a window …
A message from Camden Council:
Emergency Food Packages – provision available for those in crisis
In recognition of the increased risk of food poverty in Camden due to Covid-19, we are partnering with Age UK to deliver emergency food packages to those that are:
- Housebound and
- Can’t get food and
- Are in food crisis (loosely defined as 2 days or less of food and without perishables)
For clarity: although we are partnering with Age UK, this offer is not restricted to those over 55. It is for anyone that is housebound, can’t get food and is in food crisis.
From Tuesday 24th March Camden residents experiencing the challenges listed above will be able to get one of these emergency food packages through:Continue reading “Emergency food packages”
We know many of you have extremely vulnerable people in your communities. If you yourself or a neighbour might be in this category, you can register for help (such as help getting food) on the link below. You can register for yourself or on behalf of someone else.
Because of the current coronavirus outbreak, and in line with the latest NHS and Government guidance, the majority of our activities – attendance at public meetings, everyday liaison with Camden Council, etc, – will cease until the time we receive advice that it is safe for UK residents to resume normal activities
Over the past couple of weeks, we have focused our efforts on maintaining an online presence via our website and have posted important statements and other related information, which we have received as a Camden Association with an active membership.
So long as capacity is available, we will continue to update our website with information, which our members may find useful during this difficult time.
We will continue to monitor the situation closely and sincerely hope that normal everyday activities will resume in the not too distant future.
Please stay safe and well!
For more information about the coronavirus and how different services can be accessed by residents at this time, please visit www.camden.gov.uk
Resilience Care Package
We are here for all the older people in Camden who need us. We understand the anxiety as well as the practical ramifications in this situation, we are supporting an increasing number of older people and their relatives who are reaching out to us for help in response to this we have put together a Resilience Care Package.
Resilience Care Package to include:
- Emergency food parcels
- Internet shopping
- Information and advice hotline
- telephone befriending service
- telephone counselling service
- Online book club
- Live streaming of our lunchtime music recitals
Our staff are working around the clock to respond to this situation and ensure we can meet the needs of the most vulnerable in our community.
Call 020 7239 0400 or 020 7837 3777 for more information
With the escalation of the coronavirus restrictions, below is a link to a statement from the Leader of Camden Council, Georgia Gould.
Here is also a link to the Council’s dedicated coronavirus page:
Hope everyone stays safe & well.
Health officials have said that there are 11 confirmed cases of coronavirus infection in the Borough of Camden. Public Health England released figures at 9am this morning (12 March 2020).
The full article can be seen in the Camden New Journal:
As always, it is important to get your information from reliable sources, like the NHS:Continue reading “Coronavirus Update – 11 cases in Camden”