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Eid Al-Adha begins this week on Thursday 30 July, continuing until Monday 3 August.
It’s extremely important that everyone continues to adhere to government guidance on how to stay safe whilst observing the festival, this includes regular hand-washing, maintaining social distancing and reducing the number of people inside places of worship.
Let’s help to keep our communities safe by following the latest public health advice for Eid here.
Our Silver Active summer programme is now live, providing our Hub and Cluster sheltered housing residents with weekly activity sessions to keep busy, boost morale and interact with new people.
Residents can enjoy Stretch and Strengthen fitness or Reggaetivity dance classes on Zoom, or a simple group chat and mini quiz over the telephone. All options allow residents who may be shielding to keep in touch with others and make new friends!
BBC Radio London featured Silver Active on air, the segment can be found at this link from 18:53.
Find the programme Silver Active summer programme
On Sunday 26 July, there will be a mobile testing unit (MTU) for coronavirus, set up in the approach road to Yesodey Hatorah School on Egerton Road, Stamford Hill, N16 6UB.
The MTU will be open from 10.30am until 3.30pm. If you’d like a test, you can register online or call 119. You can also turn up on the day and register, you’ll then be given a test you can do yourself at the unit.
The MTU will return on Sunday 2 August.
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