What we offer Our large building in Central Street offers activities and services to locals including daily lunch club, classes for adults and kids after school clubs. We have sanitising stations, screens, a one-way system and regular cleaning in place. As always our priority is supporting those who are most vulnerable in our community, including frail and isolated pensioners, families experiencing financial difficulties and households affected by sickness. Our expanded programme of after school kids clubs is now underway and proving popular, with arts/crafts, table tennis, gardening and dance. We are lucky to have several outdoor green spaces that can be used, and the kids can experience gardening and growing food in an urban environment, getting their hands dirty and learning about nature. We are also launching our adults' activities again which include sewing, line-dancing, art, table tennis, walking group and much more. Keep your eyes on the website and our social media channels for confirmed times. Over 55s See our latest over 55s mailing here. We offer eat-in three-course, freshly-prepared, nutritious lunches for older locals every weekday at the Centre. We are fully set up for contactless payments to ensure the safest possible interaction. Lunch club w/c 18th October Along with lunch club the following is also available at the Centre: We offer telephone befriending for any resident feeling lonely or anxious. To support those looking for work in our area, our Job Club is now online. Other online and remote classes and activities are being set up, details to follow on this website and our social media channels. Telephone helpline for any bookings or advice - 9am-5pm, 020 7549 8181. Other support for our community We continue to work with our partners and volunteers to deliver the following community support during this difficult time: Food parcels to registered recipients; Emergency Cloudesley welfare grants for those with long-term health problems; Volunteering opportunities to support your community; Information Helpline 020 7549 8181 from 9am-5pm Monday to Friday. If you're struggling with money or need some support in finding out how much you can claim on universal credit, click here to visit Turn 2 Us for their benefits calculator and support for money struggles. If you need to know more about any of these services, please ring the Helpline. Priority will be given to those in greatest need living in our south Islington area of benefit. St Luke’s will be following Public Health guidance in the delivery of all its services including social distancing, hand washing and working from home whenever possible. Keep up-to-date with current information on this website. In the meantime we will be updating Instagram, Twitter and Facebook with information about what is going on at St Luke's. Please like and share our posts. We are Islington helpline This has now been set up for resident’s who may be struggling to cope at the moment, or concerned about someone they know. Please ask them to contact 020 7527 8222. Lines are open every day from 9am – 5pm. Minicom: 0207 527 1900. Email: [email protected] Guidance from Islington Council We are following the last guidance from Islington Council which is available here.