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Covid19 Corona

Lewisham to capitalise on local air quality being up by 31%

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Talk About Art- 20 lockdown Activities for children & young people

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Homemade Easter Cards!

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Could your children help brighten up a neighbour’s Easter? There are a number of residents feeling very sad at the moment. A colourful homemade Easter card could be the thing to cheer them up! Please email & the drop off address will be sent!

Telephone Befriending Service: Lewisham’s Positive Ageing Council volunteers are very keen to support and get involved with telephoning befriending.PLEASE email Lucy if you and your family would like to get involved in telephoningan older person in our community.Email: Lewisham’s Positive Ageing Council is coordinated by Lucy Formolli who also organises the Catford South Assembly. …

The Help Lewisham Hospital Network has launched an Amazon Wishlist as a way to donate items from afar… They will be speaking to staff reps from various wards about things they would like to be added. back a few times a week and see what you can do! Let’s keep their spirits up!#betheirshield

Rachel Salter and several other local residents are asking local people to grow sunflowers in their front gardens this summer as a symbol of community solidarity and hope . If you have any spare seeds to share with the local community please let Rachel know ( she is searchable in the come hither green FB …

St Dunstan’s College in Catford: 150 PPE masks made so far. They have started manufacturing masks in the College’s workshop.The PPE will be distributed locally between University Lewisham Hospital, King’s College Hospital, Bethlem Royal Hospital and St Christopher’s Hospice

Lesley Allen of the Diamond Club at Holy Cross, and the ‘Bring Me Sunshine’ reminiscence and entertainment project is galvanising her Sunshine Ladies team.  Together they will be working to support older members of the community! Today for example,  Lesley is  putting together little planting packs to deliver to people!  Do you have elderly friends …

NEWS: The Hither Green & Lee Ward Mutual Aid Group is a new team of over 300 local residents. These are your neighbours, they live locally.  They have volunteered to help people with: shopping prescription collection dog walking  friendly phone calls for those in isolation Plus other forms of assistance during the COVID-19 crisis. If you need any help …