2020 has been a significant year for us all; can anyone remember a time when life had to change so quickly for so many?
We believe creativity can help us make sense of it all, so we are partnering with WCC City Lions to collect and exhibit the artworks created by our local community in response to the events of last year
Week commencing 10 May is Dying Matters Awareness Week, and Carers Network are holding Virtual Events to have an open conversation about death and the importance of finding a good place where people feel able to listen and support those who are planning for the last years of life or end of life, who are dying and who have been bereaved.
Community Living Well welcome you to their Spring/Summer 2021 edition magazine. They hope you have continued to stay well during these extremely challenging few months.
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.
NW London residents aged 42 and over can now walk-in for a Covid-19 vaccination, at one of our eight large vaccination centres across eight North West London boroughs – no appointment needed.
The NHS are surveying those aged between 18 and 50 to find out thoughts and views on the vaccine and access to it. There is a short survey giving you a chance to win a £150 Amazon voucher! Survey closes on Friday 16 April.
In response to the impact of COVID on those experiencing health inequalities in RBKC, Bikeworks has developed a Cycling for Wellbeing programme which will be delivered in Wormwood Scrubs and the surrounding off-road green spaces and quiet roads.
The new H&F Living Independently web pages are now live. This replaces the old H&F adult social care information on the People First website, which has been the shared adult social care website for H&F, Westminster and RBKC for around 8 years, as H&F leaves People First.
North Kensington Law Centre has updated their times and phone number.
MECC free training is for anyone working with residents of Westminster or Kensington & Chelsea. This training will provide behaviour change skills, to enable you to make every contact count in helping the people you support to make health lifestyle changes.