Castlehaven’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response

Castlehaven’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response

 Tue, March 17, 2020

Due to advice by Government on 16th March 2020 of stopping social interactions, non-essential travel and staff working from home, the Castlehaven Community Association Trustees have made the tough decision to halt all of our activities and projects, and to close the buildings to the public from Tuesday 17th March 2020. 

Our staff and volunteers work face to face with hundreds of vulnerable people each year, to continue our reach we have moved our work to email or over the telephone, until it is safe to return to normal working practices. As soon as we are aware of re-opening dates we will post this in our news section etc.

We are particularly concerned for our older members, those with chronic illnesses and those living in poverty. That's why we are currently working on community services to help those most vulnerable in our community. If you wish to help us, please give us a call on our telephone numbers below: 

Please call our mainline telephone number or mob, between 9.30am-5.30pm Mon to Fri:

020 7485 3386 or 07776075277

Or email

For updated information and reopening of our services please keep checking our news section on our website and our social media:

Instagram: @ccacamden

Twitter: @CCA_Camden

Find Us On Facebook – CastlehavenCommunityAssociation

Here are some great links to current advice, services and information, hope these help you in someway:

NHS  What to do

Government Up to Date Response and Advice

Public Health England Coronavirus Advice

Citizens Advice - What It Means For You

Turn2Us - Benefits Advice

Age UK Camden - Nutrition & Wellbeing Package & Information

Camden Council - Latest Advice and Useful Links

UK MIND - Your wellbeing and mental health

Cruse Bereavement Care - Bereavement Services

Please Take Care, Stay Safe and Healthy. grin See you as soon as possible!

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