Hello Everyone

So how is everyone today, any plans for the Bank Holiday weekend?  The last bank holiday before Christmas HaHaHa.  I am off to check out a possible puppy, well their mother who should be giving birth late September, but I am very excited.  This is what the puppy will look like when I finally get him or her in November.

I Know very cute

Don’t forget to check out your e-bulletin/newsletter edited and produced by Danielle our Services Manager, who has done an outstanding job.

Upcoming Events:

Please see the events for next week.  If interested, then please let me know tony@ccth.org.uk

1st September 2020

The Tuesday Social Club 2pm to 3.30pm

This weekly get together gives carers a chance to meet up have some fun and discuss the highs and lows of caring.  It is a peer support group and carers get a chance to discuss issues with their peers.

 2nd September 2020

Zoom Confidence building and transferable skills Workshop -11am to 1pm

Working for Carers will run this workshop and will focus on harnessing the personal and employability skills of unpaid carers.  To register and confirm eligibility please either Phone: 020 8514 6251 Email: wfc@rcss.org.uk

Carer Induction Workshop – 11am to 12 noon

This workshop is for carers who have just registered and wish to learn more about the services the Carers Centre has to offer and how we can signpost you to our partner organisations.

Health & Wellbeing with Casey

In light of lockdown, the need to reduce stress, the need to look after ourselves more than ever, the Carers Centre is introducing further health and wellbeing sessions and programmes.  We are encouraging carers to join in our sessions with Casey but here is a taster she has kindly filmed for you.

Are you interested in Arts, Dance, Music, and creative sessions then please check out some amazing opportunities for carers to join in.  These activities can be done from home, help reduce isolation and increase your overall wellbeing.

New season just launched:


 REACH Online:


 Living With The Lights On which is a play with strong mental health themes:


Reminder to keep vigilant

Came across this excellent Postal Fraud information – Please read keep safe and aware.

Shop safe and shop local this bank holiday weekend

This year has been tough for our small businesses. Many of us have been stuck inside for months and some people will be tightening the purse strings because of the financial cost of the pandemic. Now, more than ever, it’s important to show our local retail stores and hospitality venues that they can count on your support.

This bank holiday weekend is a great time to plan some activities closer to home:

  • Saturday is ‘arch day’ and celebrates businesses based in railway arches in the borough, so why not pay those in your area a visit?
  • Sunday sees Columbia Road transformed into the iconic flower market so it’s an ideal time to pick up something beautiful for that pot that is sitting empty!
  • Monday is the last opportunity to ‘eat out to help out’ so there’s no better time to grab a table in the new outdoor restaurant seating areas in Brick Lane.

Whatever you do this weekend, stay safe, stay local, support our wonderful businesses, and have a great time.

Don’t delay getting a test if you have Covid-19 symptoms

If you experience Covid-19 symptoms (a high temperature, a new, continuous cough, or a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste), make sure you book a test straight away.

You need to get the test done in the first five days of having symptoms. NHS Test and Trace is a national programme that enables anyone with symptoms to get tested quickly. You can order a home testing kit or visit a mobile testing unit in the borough on 28 August.

We are also asking you to share your thoughts on the Test and Trace programme so that we can make sure it’s as effective as possible in Tower Hamlets.

We are still looking and hoping to get a carer who has used the Test & Trace, we would like to get their feedback and if interested be part of a promotional video to help and encourage others.   If interested email tony@ccth.org.uk

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

Get in touch

The Carers Centre
21 Brayford Square
London, E1 0SG

020 7790 1765


Opening hours

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

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