Hello Everyone

So the week is coming to an end and hopefully we all have a safe, kind, and loving weekend with our family, friends, and neighbours.  Also try not to get wet and blown off your feet if you are venturing outdoors.


Don’t forget to take part in the Carers Annual Survey 2020


We really want to hear from you, so that we can continue to shape our services to meet your needs.

Thank you

The Royal London Hospital’s Family Contact Centre

Download the document here.

Do you or fellow carer you know want to improve your/their English?

 Title – English Conversation Club

Date – 26th October 2020 (Every Monday) – 11th January 2021

Duration – 12 weeks

Time – 5 – 7pm

Location – Zoom

Phone: 02085146251

Email – wfc@rcss.org.uk

Website – www.rcss.org.uk/help-with-employment

To register: http://us19.listmanage.com/survey?u=f3e7d87efdff502f0c6057e19&id=8cbc9d45dc

If you need help to get a place on this course – please email tony@ccth.org.uk


Mayor and local MPs release important video message

Mayor John Biggs has joined Rushanara Ali, MP for Bethnal Green and Bow and Apsana Begum, MP for Poplar and Limehouse to deliver a message to the community of Tower Hamlets.

The video follows London’s classification as a high risk area under the government’s Covid-19 local alert system. Together, they’ve urged people to follow the rules and play their part in keeping themselves, their families and their communities safe.

With cases of Covid-19 increasing rapidly in London, their plea is as important as ever.

High alert rules and updates for those who were shielding

Based on infection and risk, London is now at a high alert level and has tier 2 restrictions in place, which mean households cannot mix indoors. This includes that you can’t visit other homes or mix with other households in places like restaurants, bars or cafés. You should also minimise journeys and work from home if you can.

For residents that were shielding:

People with serious underlying health conditions who are most at risk of severe illness from Covid-19 were previously told by the government to self-isolate. However, the shielding programme was paused, and those people are not currently advised to shield. We have updated our local advice for people who were shielding and steps they can follow to take extra precautions.

Remember the basics to help tackle Covid-19

In addition to the measures that come with being in a high risk area, we must continue to take every step we can to stay safe:

  • Wash your hands regularly, for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water is not available, then use hand sanitiser.
  • Wear a face covering on public transport, in shops and other enclosed areas, or anywhere it is difficult to socially distance.
  • Keep a safe distance from other people outside your household (two metres where possible).
  • Book a free test if you’re experiencing any symptoms of Covid-19 and stay at home until you get your result.
  • Stay at home if you test positive for 10 days from when symptoms started. This includes while symptomatic and waiting to arrange a test.
  • Self-isolate if you’re identified as a close or recent contact of someone who has tested positive through NHS Test and Trace. 

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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London, E1 0SG

020 7790 1765


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Saturday and Sunday – Closed

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