Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
ACTIVITY CENTRE REOPENS
Our centre reopens Monday, August 10th. Following a deep clean, we are happy to announce that the centre will begin to resume services. Under government guidelines, please be aware that everyone will be asked to wear either a facemask or visor when inside the centre. Hand sanitiser will be available throughout the centre, please use it often. You may also be asked to wait outside following social distancing guidelines should the reception area be busy. Please do not attend the centre if you are feeling unwell. Some services may be slower to resume than others so please check individual pages for updates.
We are very pleased to welcome you all back.
Visit our Reopening After Lockdown page for details on:
- What services we are resuming and how to prebook them
- What measures we are taking to ensure your safety
- How to access help at the centre and by telephone
- The Age UK Hammersmith and Fulham Newsletter
- Donating to Age UK Hammersmith and Fulham
We thank you for your patience and understanding during this transition and ask that you do everything to remain safe and healthy. We encourage everyone to always follow the advice from Public Health England as we continue to do so too: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
Are you an older person based in Hammersmith and Fulham? Why not become a member and help support our vital work.
Membership costs just £10.00 per year and helps us provide activities and resources for older people in Hammersmith and Fulham.
To apply, please contact Sophie:
- Telephone: 020 7386 2651
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Address: Age UK Hammersmith and Fulham, 105 Greyhound Road, London W6 8NJ
Once registered, you can pay your membership fee by cash or cheque at our Activity Centre or by sending a cheque by post to us at 105 Greyhound Road, London W6 8NJ. Cheques can be made payable to "Age UK Hammersmith and Fulham".
As part of our membership, you will receive a membership card and regular updates of our forthcoming activities and services.
In addition, the membership fee is a source of unrestricted income permitting the organisation to provide for the local older and vulnerable members of our community in ways that we are not able to receive funding to assist with. In these times of budget cuts and limited funding opportunities, we are reliant on other methods of raising funds to assist so many who need the help.