Clap For Carers
Clap for the NHS Thursday 2nd April 8pm
Coronavirus: Millions of people will applaud the NHS every Thursday at 8pm during the lockdown. The Dutch yoga teacher who started the campaign to applaud NHS workers has called for the clapping to happen every week throughout the coronavirus crisis.
Annemarie Plas, who lives in south London, has urged people to do it again at the same time this Thursday - and every Thursday until the end of the pandemic.
The Clap for Our Carers campaign had called for people to come together for a "big applause" that would "show all nurses, doctors, GPs and carers our appreciation for their ongoing hard work and fight against the virus".
Keep Calm, Stay Safe and Support Our Community
Masbro Children & Family Services: Story time with Kayleigh. Click below to hear Kayleigh read a fun story.
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: 07800 778245
Confident Parent Happy Child: 07732 681739
Children's Centres: 07803 204849
All Other Enquiries: 0207 605 0800
How do I help my community?
Covid-19 Mutual Aid UK
In response to the government’s call out for volunteers-
Click here for more infomation.
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