- Coronavirus (COVID-19)
- COVID-19 Hub
- COVID-19: Help with shopping and food
- COVID-19: Support for businesses and the self-employed
- COVID-19: Guidance for operating your business
- COVID-19: Volunteering and how you can help the community
- COVID-19: Domestic abuse support
- COVID-19: Benefits service
- COVID-19: Bins and recycling
- COVID-19: Births, deaths and registrar services
- COVID-19: Children, education and returning to school
- COVID-19: Council and Committee Meetings
- COVID-19: Grenfell Response and Recovery
- COVID-19: Health and Social Care
- COVID-19: Housing and homelessness
- COVID-19: Leisure and culture
- COVID-19: Testing and Tracing for Coronavirus
- COVID-19: Libraries
- COVID-19: Noise and Nuisance and the local environment
- COVID-19: Parking, permits and streets
- COVID-19: Paying your Council Tax
- COVID-19: Community centres
- COVID-19: Faith group updates
- COVID-19: Planning and Building Control
- COVID-19: Related scams
- Covid-19: Hub Privacy Notice
Kensington and Chelsea community centres
Following the latest Government announcement, community centres must close except for a limited number of services. Permitted activities include:
- Education and training - for schools to use sports, leisure and community facilities where that is part of their normal provision.
- Childcare purposes and supervised activities for children.
- Hosting food banks.
Venues that remain open for any one of these activities must follow Covid-19 secure guidelines to protect visitors and staff.
To find out if your local community centre is open and the services on offer, please contact them directly by phone or email for more details.
The Curve will close under current restrictions. A number of activities will remain available online.
Visit the Events at The Curve web page for further information on online events.
Working safely at this time
If you can, you should also wear a face covering in enclosed public spaces where social distancing is not possible and where you may come into contact with people you do not normally meet. Read more about how to wear face coverings on the Government website.
If you are a community or voluntary sector organisation and would like advice and guidance, please email the Council on Covid19VCS@rbkc.gov.uk. Please state whether you offer your services from a RBKC owned premises in the email.