What is the current situation with the Coronavirus (COVID -19) and where to find more information.
The government has declared that we have moved into stage 4 of the roadmap out of lockdown but has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events although centres may retain online sessions and restrict numbers of attendees.
The UK is set to soar to swelter with highs into the 30s this week after the Met Office issued an unprecedented "amber extreme heat warning"
Parts of the country are forecast to could reach 33C, with the heat expected to last from Tuesday until at least Thursday, with Britain on track to be hotter than top European holiday destinations including Greece and Canary Islands.
Latest update on local services from Terezie Wickenden, Westminster Dementia Adviser.
Resonate Arts produce a monthly activity letter for those living with dementia in the boroughs of Westminster and Kensington and Chelsea with ideas to try at home including singing, visual arts and music. It also includes any news and information that you may find helpful.
Open Age offer activities for unpaid carers over 50 living in Westminster.
Kensington and Chelsea Council will be offering free activity sessions from the 28th June and throughout July in Emslie Hornimans Pleasance, Kensington Memorial Park and Avondale park.
Healthwatch Central West London are working with Westminster and Kensington & Chelsea Councils to find out how local people like you can be supported to: do the things you want and need, stay in touch with the people who are important to you, connect with communities and social groups
One You Westminster will be taking part in the SouthWestFest Health Trail this year. The Festival will take place July 2nd - 23rd and will celebrate the talent, community and organisations in South Westminster.
Those that attend three or more physical or online Health Trail events will win a Digital Goody Bag, with lots of great discounts, giveaways and offers from the Festival's Health Trail partners!
Tuesday 22 June 2021 will mark the fourth National Windrush Day and 73 years since the Empire Windrush arrived at Tilbury Docks in Essex in 1948, carrying one of the first groups of migrants to the UK who had been invited to come and help ‘re-build’ Britain after the Second World War