Coronavirus: do not leave your home
Everyone must stay at home to help stop the spread of coronavirus. For the latest advice on keeping you and your family safe, please check nhs.uk/coronavirus regularly.
We want to urge everyone to stick to the restrictions imposed by the UK Government. The message could not be more important – stay at home and you will save lives. These measures are essential to all of us protecting our friends, family and neighbours as well as our NHS at this very difficult time. By following the official advice you will play a vital part in the battle against the virus.
Coronavirus is a huge challenge to every aspect of life in Lambeth. The council and our incredible team of staff are working extremely hard with our NHS, voluntary sector, businesses, and other partners to limit health, social and economic hard to our residents and to plan for what comes next.
For up-to-date advice:
UK Government: www.gov.uk/coronavirus
Lambeth Council: www.lambeth.gov.uk/coronavirus-covid-19
Get support for yourself or a vulnerable person:
Call the council’s helpline on 020 7926 2999. The helpline is open between 8am and 8pm everyday.
Connect Lambeth (a partnership of charities in Lambeth) can help with emergency shopping, offer a medication pick up service and access to food vouchers for residents of Lambeth who are unable to leave the house and access the things they need. you are worried about yourself or others (not emergency health related), email: email@example.com or call 020 7346 6800 (choose option 6)
Lambeth Mutual Aid groups are community-run groups organising support such as food and supply deliveries to neighbours who are self-isolating. Volunteers are organised by ward, and in some cases by smaller areas such as a street. There are active groups in West Norwood and Thurlow Park.
Contacting your councillors:
We cannot hold face-to-face surgeries during Covid-19 but are still answering our casework via email.
- Anna Birley on firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fred Cowell on email@example.com
- Peter Ely on firstname.lastname@example.org
Where possible, please include all three of us in your email messages to help us respond to your query.
Your MP Helen Hayes has also cancelled face-to-face surgeries. You can arrange a telephone appointment with her by emailing her on email@example.com or by calling 0207 219 6971 and leaving a message. Voice messages are monitored daily and a member of her team will contact you as soon as possible to discuss your situation in more detail.
We will be holding online surgeries via a video conferencing app called Zoom. It is easy to use on a computer or smart phone, and you do not need an account to be able to take part.
Our surgeries will be held weekly, and details on timings and how to join them will be posted here shortly.