There With You Havering: List of coronavirus support groups, networks and organisations

PUBLISHED: 19:53 30 March 2020 | UPDATED: 19:53 30 March 2020

For the latest coronavirus health advice from the NHS, go to Picture: PA/Jane Barlow

For the latest coronavirus health advice from the NHS, go to Picture: PA/Jane Barlow

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Do you have a support group or organisation in Havering which is helping those in need during the coronavirus pandemic? Email reporter and we will update the directory.

Groups and organisations (in alphabetical order):

Havering Council: Helpline 0800 368 5201. Or email

Havering Covid 19 Mutual Aid: Volunteers aim to help elderly, disabled or immunocompromised people access food and complete errands. Visit to find the Havering Facebook group.

Harold Hill: Councillors, Cllr Brian Eagling, Martin Goode and Darren Wise are offering to help deliver groceries to elderly people or people who are self-isolating. Contact Hari News or Bargain Booze in Oak Road to make an order. Call 01708 341 081 to contact the councillors about their delivery service.

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Kervan Kitchen in Balgores Lane, Gidea Park: The restaurant is providing free Turkish food for NHS workers, police, firefighters and armed forces members. To arrange a collection, call 01708 459446.

Miss B’s Activity Corner: Collier Row teacher Lauren Bernet has set up a Facebook group with activities for parents to help keep their children entertained. To request to join, visit

NHS: For the latest coronavirus health advice from the NHS, go to

Romford Recorder: Visit our East London Coronavirus Updates Facebook group for the latest discussion.

Shish Meze, Berther Road, Emerson Park: The restaurant is offering free meals to NHS workers.

Tandoori Lounge, High Street, Hornchurch: Offering to provide free, hot meals for the elderly and vulnerable in isolation. Call or text 07375 950247.

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