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Our Customer Services centres at Marcus Garvey and Wood Green libraries remain open, with opening hours of 10am – 4pm, Monday to Friday.
If you would like to make an appointment, please call 0208 489 2280. Please attend without an appointment only in the case of genuine emergencies.
The Customer Service Centres will be COVID-secure and all visitors will be required to wear face coverings at all times. Upon arrival, you will need to check-in using the NHS COVID-19 app, or alternatively a member of staff will take your details.
However, in the interests of safety we would encourage those in need of assistance either to seek information through our website or to call the Customer Services phone line on 0208 489 1000, rather than to visit in person.
Under the Government’s new national restrictions funerals can be attended by a maximum of 30 people but social distancing measures have to be maintained at all times between people who do not live together or share a support bubble.
Any linked ceremonial events such as stone settings and ash scatterings can take place with up to 15 people in attendance.
Individuals who are working at the venue are not counted in the 15 or 30 mentioned above.
The government says that weddings and civil partnership ceremonies will not be permitted to take place except where one of those getting married is seriously ill and not expected to recover. These weddings are limited to six people.
To find out more about other national restrictions, please read the government rules.
The Government has published new guidance to support those wishing to visit their loved ones in care homes at this time.
The guidance recognises that visiting loved ones can help to improve quality of life and wellbeing and outlines how families can work together with care home providers and health professionals to ensure that visits can continue safely – protecting social care staff and vulnerable residents from the spread of coronavirus.
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