Community Help Hub - working together to support our communities

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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 pandemic.

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

We will be updating this page daily with updates and news items from central Government on COVID-19, and more importantly where you can get help in Barnet and how you can get involved.


We are recruiting Barnet COVID-19 Health Champions

We now have over 260 champions, but would welcome residents from black, Asian and minority ethnic communities, residents aged 16 – 30, and those who live or work in Golders Green, Burnt Oak or Edgware. Click here to read more about how you can sign up.


Watch Tamara Djuretic, Director of Public Health's video about the Health Champions below:



Celebrating the Barnet community during COVID-19

The COVID-19 crisis has been devastating for many, but it has also seen Barnet at its best with communities pulling together to help those most affected. Visit Together, we are Barnet to watch and read stories about the fantastic people of Barnet who have been working together to support each other during the crisis.

Friend in Need has been providing support services for some of the most vulnerable people in Barnet during lockdown:


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 pandemic.

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

We will be updating this page daily with updates and news items from central Government on COVID-19, and more importantly where you can get help in Barnet and how you can get involved.


We are recruiting Barnet COVID-19 Health Champions

We now have over 260 champions, but would welcome residents from black, Asian and minority ethnic communities, residents aged 16 – 30, and those who live or work in Golders Green, Burnt Oak or Edgware. Click here to read more about how you can sign up.


Watch Tamara Djuretic, Director of Public Health's video about the Health Champions below:



Celebrating the Barnet community during COVID-19

The COVID-19 crisis has been devastating for many, but it has also seen Barnet at its best with communities pulling together to help those most affected. Visit Together, we are Barnet to watch and read stories about the fantastic people of Barnet who have been working together to support each other during the crisis.

Friend in Need has been providing support services for some of the most vulnerable people in Barnet during lockdown:


Page last updated: 05 October 2021, 11:50