Hello Everyone

So I am back from a couple of days annual leave. Very nice to have a long weekend, chill but like most people household chores, pets to feed and walk, shopping.  Gone are the days of being a singleton and sleeping all day long, but seriously it was nice and now happy to be back.  Hope everyone is feeling tip top and as usual if you need support let us know.

Important News!!!

The Carers Centre has organised an information workshop on the 18th of March at 2pm on the Covid 19 Vaccine, you will be able to learn what the vaccine does, why it is important to have it and ask questions yourself about any concerns you may have.

Activity News



A Happy Place – Reminiscence and Creative Art – every Wednesday @ 2pm.

Creative Writing Group – every other Friday @ 2pm

Shared Reading for Carers – every Monday

Stretch & Self Massage with Casey – every Thursday

Shadow Boxing & Mindfulness – every Friday

The Tuesday Social Club – every Tuesday

Carers Forum – one Tuesday a month

Learn online with Idea Store Learning

Idea Store Learning has launched a range of online courses designed to help residents get creative, improve wellbeing, and connect with others.

There’s lots to choose from, including dance, fitness, modern foreign languages, photography, fashion, painting and drawing, interior design, creative writing, printmaking, singing, music, and ICT.

Vaccine News

Is there someone that depends on you? Are you an unpaid carer?

We are reaching out to all unpaid carers who either receive or are eligible for carers allowance or provide close contact personal care to someone vulnerable to Covid-19 as part of priority group 6 for Covid-19 vaccination. We’re working with our partner Carers Centre Tower Hamlets to register unpaid carers on behalf of NHS England, who will send out invites to anyone who is eligible.

Don’t forget our workshop on the 18th March at 2pm – email tony@ccth.org.uk for a place

Have your say on the future of the Robert Milligan statue

The Canal & River Trust are consulting on the future of the Robert Milligan statue and plinth, which was removed from its location in the London Docklands last year.

They are seeking local views on what should happen to the statue and remaining plinth and how best to talk about the area’s historical relationship to slavery, including how to tell the story of Robert Milligan’s statue. The consultation closes at 5pm on Friday 23 April.

New scheme to support domestic violence victims

A new scheme – Ask for ANI (Action Needed Immediately) – has been launched to help as many domestic abuse victims as possible, especially at the moment when they could be stuck in lockdown with a perpetrator.

Developed by the Home Office, it provides a discreet way for victims of domestic abuse to signal that they need emergency help from the safety of participating pharmacies (including all Boots stores).

Book Your Place at the Tower Hamlets Annual Parent Conference

Families Matter: The Road Ahead | Tue 16, Wed 17 and Thu 18 March

A conference planned with parents for parents.

As the government announces its ‘roadmap’ to cautiously ease lockdown restrictions in the months ahead, the Parent and Family Support Service welcomes parents, carers and guardians to join the first virtual conference with keynote speakers, webinars and workshops taking place over three days to fit in with busy family life.

Keynote speakers include Tracy Smith, Tower Hamlets Education Partnership, James Thomas, Corporate Director for Children and Culture and Cllr. Asma Begum, Deputy Mayor and Cabinet Member for Children, Youth Services and Education.

Join us for webinars and workshops on a range of topics including supporting parents’ and children’s mental health, resilient parenting, education, financial wellbeing, a daily SEND Q&A and much more.  Each registered participant of a webinar/workshop will be entered into a prize draw to win family tickets from our conference partners including Rich Mix and Discover Children’s Story Centre.

Booking information for the three days can be found on the Eventbrite links below.  Zoom links for the opening and keynote speaker events each day, plus any chosen webinars will be sent to participants before the event.

Choose the sessions you are interested in, at times that suit you.

Day 1 – Tuesday 16th March 2021:  Back to School and Building Resilient Learners

Day 2 – Wednesday 17th March 2021: Building Resilient and Healthy Families

Day 3 – Thursday 18th March 2021:   Building Resilient Communities and a Strong Parent Voice

For more information email parentalengagement@towerhamlets.gov.uk or call the Parent and Family Support Service on 020 7364 6398.



Important Numbers:

Unpaid carers can still access FREE PPE supplies. If you would like to receive PPE, Please contact the Carers Centre on 0207 790 1765 or Ayeda directly.

Domestic Violence Duty Line:  020 7364 4986 between 9am – 5pm.Victim Support:  020 7364 2448/7957

Just wishing everyone a peaceful, safe and week and remember if you need information and advice from the Carers Centre just email enquiries@ccth.org.uk

Tony Collins-Moore
Carers Academy Manager

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The Carers Centre
21 Brayford Square
London, E1 0SG

020 7790 1765


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Monday - Friday – 9.30am – 5pm
Saturday and Sunday – Closed

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