We are always impressed by the leadership Camden Climate Change Alliance members show on sustainability. During the COVID-19 crisis once again organisations across the borough are coming together to help each other and the local community. We’ve highlighted some of their work below:
The Wesley looking after NHS staff
The Wesley are committed to doing all within their powers to support the NHS and key workers at this extremely difficult time. They have taken strict measures to mitigate risk and protect guests and their own staff within their premises.
As a direct result of Covid-19, following the government’s guidelines, the hotel closed its doors to the general public at the end of March. They have however kept the hotel open to accommodate NHS staff only in order to help key workers reduce their travel time to work.
The Wesley also recognises that there are some tourists who have been unable to travel back home due to restrictions, therefore the hotel will also be offering to provide accommodation in their time of need. Please click here for more information.
Wellcome welcomes NHS workers
Located on the Euston Road, The Wellcome Trust Headquarters have been transformed into a respite centre for local NHS workers responding to COVID-19.
The ground floor has been temporarily adapted to provide a place for workers to rest, eat and drink, as well as receive health and wellbeing support. The space has already been used by workers from the University College London Hospitals, who are highly appreciative of Wellcome’s hospitality.
For any enquiries about the centre, please make contact here.
Dominion Theatre donates to foodbank
The Dominion Theatre make donations to Euston Foodbank of stock they no longer able to use, helping the community and preventing waste!
Francis Crick, UCLH and The British Library open testing centre
A mobile coronavirus testing service opened for NHS workers at The Crick.
For more information about, please click here