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Aged 18+ in north east London and need your first Covid-19 jab?
The NHS are inviting all local people over 18 to a vaccination event on Saturday, 19 June from 10am to 8pm at the London Stadium (West Ham) in the Olympic Park, Stratford, London.
If you live in Barking and Dagenham, City of London, Hackney, Havering, Newham, Redbridge, Tower Hamlets or Waltham Forest, register here to join us to have your first Covid-19 vaccination
Public Health Tower Hamlets is writing to let you know about a small number of cases that have been identified as Covid-19 variants of concern in the borough. Public Health England have informed us that these cases have been linked to the Brazil and South Africa Covid-19 variants.
This situation has happened in a lot of areas across the country and is managed by making extra testing available to test people who don’t have symptoms. People who test positive must self-isolate for 10 days to help control the spread of the virus. In order to help identify and contain the spread of the variant, Tower Hamlets Council are offering increased testing to all people over the age of 11 years who live, work, play or study in the Bethnal Green, Stepney Green, St Peters and St Dunstan’s wards (Postcode areas: E1 4** and E1 3** postcode areas and some of E1 0**, E1 1**, E1 2**, E1 5**, E14 7**, E2 0**, E2 6**, E3 4**).
People can check if they are in this area by clicking the link below and entering their postcode.
The following mobile testing venue has been set up. This is a walk-in facility for testing. No appointment is needed. Outside Gouldman House, Cephas Street, E1 4HQ from Sunday 2 May, 12midday to 8pm Corner of Mile End Road and White Horse Lane between 10.30 – 5.00pm. LBTH are also strongly encouraging people to test themselves at home. PCR home testing tests are available for collection and return at the sites below from 12pm to 6pm. Bethnal Green Gardens, off Cambridge Heath Road, immediately in front of Bethnal Green Library, E2 0HL. Anchor Retail Park (Asda supermarket), 123 Mile End Rd, Stepney Green, London E1 4UJ, opposite the turning for Stepney Green. Corner of Redmans Road and Stepney Green Park, (near the AstroTurf), E1 3NG. Tramshed Community Hub on Digby Street, E2 0LS (behind Albert Jacob House). They are asking people to take up this additional testing offer even if they have had the vaccine or have recently been tested.
The Greater London Authority and Age UK London invites you to attend an online meeting taking place on WEDNESDAY 31st March from 2pm – 3.15pm looking at what we all need to know about vaccines and how all communities across London can be better empowered to make informed decisions about their health including accessing balanced information about Covid vaccines.
We are delighted to have Dr Rakhee Patel joining us for this event. Dr Patel is a public health consultant and leads on their Ageing Well agenda. The event will be Chaired by Dr Tony Burch a Trustee of Age UK London. The event is aimed at all older Londoners as well as those working with and for all older adults across the capital.
This is your opportunity to put your questions and concerns to Dr Patel and please feel free to share this invitation with your contacts and colleagues. To attend this event please register your details on this Eventbrite page where you will also have the opportunity to put your questions to Dr Patel.
The purpose of this survey is two fold:
1) So we can help evaluate the quality of the service that the Caxton Hall team currently.
2) Identify areas that need improvement, as well opportunities for future developments.
We would welcome your participation even if you are not currently using our services but could be interested .
This survey is not very long with only 11 questions, of which only two are compulsory.
Your details will not be shared with any third party, and indeed you can complete it anonymously. However if you which to be entered into a raffle for £25 Marks and Spencer voucher, we will need your details.
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Nuova Concerts are group of young musicians who are running a series of musical events online. See below for up and comming events
Lucy Pond: Flute Recital – 28 Feb, 5PM
This Sunday at 5pm we have a solo flute recital by Royal College of Music graduate Lucy Pond––programme to include works by Bach, Debussy and others. Tickets cost £4.99 and the stream will be available to watch for 4 hours. It’s really easy: simply buy tickets, then wait to receive a link to access the concert 5 minutes before. Ticket Info.
Jaclyn Rosenfeld by Candlelight: A Concert-Meditation – 6 Mar, 6PM
Next Saturday, we have something slightly different from cellist Jaclyn Rosenfeld. She’ll be performing a collection of solo cello works alongside poetry. Details about tickets and how to watch are the same as before. Ticket Info.