The NHS COVID-19 vaccination programme, the biggest in health service history, continues its rollout to all adults
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As things are returning to normal, community providers are reviewing the way in which they work and provide services.
Carers Network has organised separate online event for carers from the City of Westminster and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea during Carers Week (07-13 June).
As temperatures are set to be high from this week, after such a dreary Spring, it’s important you act to protect your health in the heat.
The trend throughout June will be drier and sunnier conditions, with temperatures topping 20C every single day between June 15 and July 1
Follow these essential tips to keep cool and safe
The Council’s Homes4Health fuel poverty programme provides free home energy advice and a package of support to residents in Kensington and Chelsea to help them keep warm and stay comfortable in their homes affordably, improve the energy efficiency of their home, save money on the energy bills and improve their health.
Volunteers’ Week takes place between 1-7 June and is a time to recognise and thank volunteers for their invaluable contribution.
Pride Month 2021 will see people around the world come together to celebrate and honour LGBTQ+ communities around the world
Dementia Awareness Week is a national event that encourages people to take action to improve the lives of people affected by dementia.
10th-16th May is Mental Health Awareness Week - an opportunity for people to talk about all aspects of mental health, with a focus on providing help and advice. The theme for 2021 is Nature