While rates of coronavirus remain low across Camden, there has been a small increase in cases over the past three weeks.
You can help keep cases low by following public health advice:
Washing your hands
Wearing a face covering and staying a safe distance from other people.
If you develop symptoms, it’s really important that you self-isolate to prevent yourself from passing it on to...
The school holidays may look and feel a bit different this year - but there's still lots to keep children, young people and families in Camden entertained, as well as advice and support on offer.
Camden Summer University returns from Monday (27 July) and runs until 28 August. There are still some places available on the following courses: Journalism (week three), Light...
Young people from Camden discussed what the Black Lives Matter movement means for them at their last virtual Shout Out on Thursday 13 August.
It follows a previous online debate on 23 July - and this time other young activists joined members of Camden Youth Council.
A panel of four young people spoke about their experiences of activism and responded to questions from...
Our latest virtual Youth Shout Out event on 11 June was all about education.
From the last two virtual Shout Out meetings, we knew that you would have a lot of questions and concerns about this subject so we wanted to give you a chance to talk about them in more depth.
As well as lively online discussions, we also had a Q&A session with education experts from Camden...
While Camden Rise and the Council understand the desire to protest, you should recognise that gatherings of more than six are currently illegal under COVID-19 regulations.
If you do decide to join a public protest or demonstration, please keep yourself and others safe and follow this advice below.
Try to observe social distancing
Bring hand sanitiser
Wear a face mask (bring a...