If you live in a Tier 4 area, you cannot leave or be outside of the place you are living unless you have a reasonable excuse. You cannot meet other people indoors, unless you live with them, or they are part of your support bubble. Outdoors, you can only meet one person from another household. You are strongly encouraged to stay at home.
Hands. Face. Space
Approximately 1 in 3 people who have coronavirus have no symptoms and could be spreading it without realising it.
Remember ‘Hands. Face. Space’.
- hands – wash your hands regularly and for at least 20 seconds
- face – wear a face covering in indoor settings where social distancing may be difficult, and where you will come into contact with people you do not normally meet
- space – stay 2 metres apart from people you do not live with where possible, or 1 metre with extra precautions in place (such as wearing face coverings)
If you need food, or if you know of a family or elderly/vulnerable person, who needs food, you can collect :
Food Parcel & Ready Meals Distribution at Edward Woods.
Mondays 1.30pm - 3pm
Tuesdays 3pm - 4pm
Wednesdays Older People & Families 10am - 5pm (Allocated time slot basis only)
Masbro Centre Mondays (Elders) from 2pm
Masbro Centre Tuesdays 3pm - 4pm
White City Community Centre Thursdays 12:30 - 1:30pm
UPG AGM 2020
UPG Annual General Meeting 2020 was online this year due to the health crisis but it did not stop the Masbro team. We had (remote) speakers MP Andy Slaughter, UPG Chair, Kamini Sanghani, with inspiring personal testimonies from UPG Voices and great fun and banter from our host and CEO, Andy Sharpe. Plus -some amazing big prize draws! Even online, there's no AGM like Masbro AGM! Click here to see full video.
What our service users say ...
Although some of our regular services are not available due to the health crisis, Masbro is still here serving our community. Here is what some of our local residents had to say about our food distribution service. click video -->
Masbro Centre Activities and Events
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We are in Tier 4 which means that in-person activities are suspended until further notice. You are strongly encouraged to stay at home. Please continue to check this website for updates. Thank you.
Click here for Addison Community Champions Wellbeing Sessions Online.
|Monday 18th Jan||Incredible Years [Baby Programme] Via Zoom||10AM to 11:30PM||Mondays 10.00 – 11.30am 18th January – 15th February 2021 For more information and to book a place, please contact. Marina on email@example.com or Monika on firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Monday 18th Jan||PILATES - Addison Community Champions -Zoom Session||2PM||Please contact us by email or text if you haven't received your invite to join the sessions or if you need help to download and use Zoom: email@example.com, 07926 056 446 firstname.lastname@example.org, 07921 404 873|
|Monday 18th Jan||DAILY UPG Employment Services Daily Zoom Sessions||Call or email to book||For more information/to book a place contact Nina Dova on +44 7712 527359 or email email@example.com|
|Monday 18th Jan||FREE Zoom practice sessions for seniors||4 pm||This session is for age 50+ every Monday. Copy this link to book https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/zoom-basics-practice-session-for-seniors-tickets-105121021806 copy this address to read what users say--> https://www.upg.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Zoom-Testimonials-Oct-2020.pdf|
|Tuesday 19th Jan||About Boys Course [ABC] 0-5yrs Delivered Via Zoom||10:30AM - 12:30PM||A 4-week group for parents/carers who have boys between 0-5 years of age. The programme supports parents/carers to have a better understanding of boys and their development. Contact Seetal Tank 07732 681739 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Tuesday 19th Jan||ZUMBA Women Only - Addison Community Champions - Zoom Session||11AM||Please contact us by email or text if you haven't received your invite to join the sessions or if you need help to download and use Zoom: email@example.com, 07926 056 446 firstname.lastname@example.org, 07921 404 873|
|Tuesdays . See Elders Project page for our Autumn Programme or contact Tina on 07738789 427||Elders Tea Club Zoom sessions||2PM||NEW session dates See Elders Project page or contact Tina --- A friendly space to meet and chat with different topics to explore each week. New Special Guest speakers will be invited along each week, exercise sessions, quizzes and more. Please contact Tina via email to receive the latest programme and your personal invitation to join the zoom session: email@example.com or telephone: 07738789 427|
|Wednesday 20th Jan||COFFEE MORNING - Addison Community Champions - Zoom Session||11AM||Please contact us by email or text if you haven't received your invite to join the sessions or if you need help to download and use Zoom: firstname.lastname@example.org, 07926 056 446 email@example.com, 07921 404 873|
|Wednesday 20th Jan||** NEW** Will’s Theatre Workshops||2PM||Will Hudson is a drama practitioner specialising in community theatre, inviting you to share scripts, poetry and music and your own unique stories! Will is going to be bringing along some of his creative friends to join in the sessions – so watch this space! Please contact Tina via email to receive your personal invitation to join the zoom session: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: 07738789 427|
|Last Wednesday of the month||CPHC Coffee Morning - Zoom Zession||10:30AM||Monthly coffee morning for all parents delivered virtually via Zoom A group for parents and carers to meet and share parenting experiences, useful tips and strategies. Guest speakers in attendance sharing useful information and resources. Last Wednesday of every month at 10.30am. January 27th, February 25th, March 31st. For information and bookings contact Seetal 07732681739 or email email@example.com|
|Thursday 21st Jan||PILATES WITH ALDA STRETCH EXERCISE CLASS Zoom Session||11AM||Pilates is a gentle exercise method which will help you to strengthen your core muscles, encourage flexibility and improve balance and coordination. Please contact Tina via email to receive your personal invitation to join the zoom session: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: 0773 8789 427|
|Thursday 21st Jan||SHARED READING Addison Community Champions Zoom Session||11 AM|
|Thursday 21st Jan||IAIM’s Baby Massage course via Zoom||10AM - 11AM||Thursdays 14th January to 11th February For more information and to book a place, please contact Marina on email@example.com or Monika on firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Thursday 21st Jan||MASBRO YOGA - Zoom session||6PM – 7:15PM||General level Hatha Yoga. Beginner’s welcome. Please contact Azra for registration and info. Email email@example.com|
|Friday 22nd Jan||PARENTS AND BABIES KEEP FIT - Addison Community Champions - Zoom Session||11AM||Addison Community Champions Please contact us by email or text if you haven't received your invite to join the sessions or if you need help to download and use Zoom: firstname.lastname@example.org, 07926 056 446 email@example.com, 07921 404 873|
Keep Calm, Stay Safe and Support Our Community
Support is available. Please see our contact information below. Someone will get back to you.
87 Masbro Rd
Tel: 020 7605 0800
60-70 Norland Rd
Tel: 020 7603 2324
Tel: 020 8741 7892
White City Community Centre
Tel: 020 743 4545
Charecroft Community &
Tel: 07921 404873
Whilst the Masbro Centre is closed the
services are still operating. We have fantastic online resources for you to use during this difficult time so you don’t feel completely isolated. For more information contact the numbers adjacent and stay connected!
Youth Club: 07525 815251
Elders Project: 07738789 427
Confident Parent Happy Child: 07732 681739
Children's Centres: 07803 204849
All Other Enquiries: 0207 605 0800
Remember that there are people in our communities who might want to participate in mutual aid without providing the sort of identification documents that are necessary to engage with the government’s scheme, particularly during a time of uncertainty regarding the extent of policing we are likely to see in our communities.
There are also situations where people seeking help may not feel comfortable or safe accessing government support, but would feel happy receiving support from ordinary people in their communities.
We encourage local groups to keep organising independently from government structures, continuing to follow rigorous hygiene and safeguarding practice and to communicate between each-other to learn and develop community solidarity structures during a time of very uneven support from official bodies.
To find your local mutual aid group, go here