Carers Rights Day is taking place across the UK on 24 November. It seeks to raise awareness of the needs of unpaid carers, and to help ensure carers are aware of their rights and know where to get help and support.
Senior health experts and specialist children’s doctors from south east London have called for all parents in the boroughs of Lambeth, Southwark, Lewisham, Bexley, Bromley and Greenwich to get their children vaccinated against polio, flu and MMR. This call comes after the discovery of the polio virus in London sewers and with predictions of a severe flu season this winter.
If you live or work in Lambeth, and are aged over 25, you can pick up a pack of free condoms at a local pharmacy. Get them while stocks last!
Why we’re having this important conversation
Lambeth faces some of the greatest sexual health challenges in England.
Lambeth Civic Centre in Brixton is supporting local families get convenient and speedy access to the polio vaccination.
The temporary ‘pop-up’ clinic on the ground floor is open on Friday 23 September from 3.15pm to 6.30pm, and on Saturday 24 September from 11am to 4pm.