Community Help Hub - working together to support our communities

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News update:

This week we have launched our Helping Children Back To School campaign where we are providing useful resources and guidance for supporting parents, carers and teachers with their childrens' wellbeing as they begin to return to school.

This follows the recent direction from government to have a phased re-opening of Primary and Nursery schools for some year groups from Monday 1 June.

Over the next two weeks Barnet schools will begin to admit children in nursery, reception, Year 1 and Year 6 classes. The safety of our pupils is the number one priority for Barnet Council and for our schools.

To find out more please visit:

Community Help Hub

Community groups across our borough are pulling together in an unprecedented way to support vulnerable people during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.

To ensure that we are able to coordinate all our efforts effectively, Barnet Council is working with the Barnet Together partnership, and a task force of charities, faith groups and businesses to support vulnerable residents. We have set up this Community Help Hub to create a network of local support that will help our communities remain resilient during the COVID-19 lock down.

Here you can find information on how to help your community, where to find help in your community, and how to keep well and safe.

We will be updating this page daily with more information about where you can get help, and how you can get involved.


Our faith leaders recently came together to say thank you

‪It is truly inspiring how all our communities have worked together in this unprecedented time.

Recently many of our community faith leaders in Barnet came together to reflect on the thoughtful, kind and generous response we have had from our communities during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the importance of continuing to stay connected to help us all through these difficult times -Together, we are Barnet.

Thank you to our Middlesex University students who produced this wonderful video.



News update:

This week we have launched our Helping Children Back To School campaign where we are providing useful resources and guidance for supporting parents, carers and teachers with their childrens' wellbeing as they begin to return to school.

This follows the recent direction from government to have a phased re-opening of Primary and Nursery schools for some year groups from Monday 1 June.

Over the next two weeks Barnet schools will begin to admit children in nursery, reception, Year 1 and Year 6 classes. The safety of our pupils is the number one priority for Barnet Council and for our schools.

To find out more please visit:

Community Help Hub

Community groups across our borough are pulling together in an unprecedented way to support vulnerable people during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.

To ensure that we are able to coordinate all our efforts effectively, Barnet Council is working with the Barnet Together partnership, and a task force of charities, faith groups and businesses to support vulnerable residents. We have set up this Community Help Hub to create a network of local support that will help our communities remain resilient during the COVID-19 lock down.

Here you can find information on how to help your community, where to find help in your community, and how to keep well and safe.

We will be updating this page daily with more information about where you can get help, and how you can get involved.


Our faith leaders recently came together to say thank you

‪It is truly inspiring how all our communities have worked together in this unprecedented time.

Recently many of our community faith leaders in Barnet came together to reflect on the thoughtful, kind and generous response we have had from our communities during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the importance of continuing to stay connected to help us all through these difficult times -Together, we are Barnet.

Thank you to our Middlesex University students who produced this wonderful video.