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PGC Weekly Newsletter

28 May 2020

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'A cry from the heart of Bowes'

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In what has been called "a cry from the heart of Bowes", residents of  Brownlow Road, Warwick Road and nearby streets have come together to launch a campaign to prevent traffic in the area building up to the unacceptably high levels that were normal prior to the Covid-19 lockdown. Their proposal for a low-traffic neighbourhood is very much in line with policies announced in recent weeks by the government, the Mayor of London and Enfield Council.

The proposed scheme involves installing bollards or planters to block off streets at strategic points, preventing traffic using any of the streets in the area as a cut-through between Bounds Green Road and the North Circular. A "bus gate" in Brownlow Road would let through only buses and possibly, depending on the technology used, local drivers too. Read more.











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Healthwatch Enfield coronavirus information

Enfield Council coronavirus advice and services

What to do if your child is ill during the coronavirus outbreak

Getting practical help in Enfield

Help On Your Doorstep

Solace Women's Aid: Coronavirus and abuse

Domestic abuse helplines

Mental health helplines

Advice on wearing masks

Enfield Housing Services during the coronavirus outbreak

Restaurants & takeaways providing collection/delivery services

Live Well during Lockdown! Business supporting Enfield residents during Covid-19 (FLDRA website)

Telephone befriending service for over 60s

Temporary changes to adult blood taking services at Chase Farm & Barnet Hospital

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New government guidance for the public on the mental health and wellbeing aspects of Coronavirus

Nursing a Covid-19 patient at home

Daily dance for kids with StreetzAhead

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Activities for Older Adults During COVID19: A guide to online resources for those providing care for people with dementia

Good Thinking: Tools to help your mental health

Young Minds: Looking after your mental health while self-isolating

Talking to your child about coronavirus

5 Senses Mindfulness Technique with Amy | Noah's Ark Children's Hospice

My Virtual Neighbourhood: Food and drink delivered locally

Collage Writing Room: Online/video creative writing courses



Current consultations

Modifications to the A105 Experimental Traffic Orders (Enfield Council 3/6/2020)


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