The Gazebo - pop-up advice and information shop for Adult Social Care (Hounslow Council)
The Gazebo is Hounslow Council’s Adult Social Care ‘pop-up’ advice and information shop.
It is a Community Development Project and is staffed by social workers and other council employees who can advise and signpost on many subjects including:
- care and support options if you are struggling to manage at home because of age, illness or disability
- what help is available if you look after someone as their carer
- how to use CarePlace, the council’s online advice and information directory
- activities and courses available in the borough
- employment and training opportunities
- what help is available if you want to lose weight, give up smoking or make healthier choices
- other organisations, charities and groups that can offer support in the borough
Where will The Gazebo be?
The Gazebo will be out and about in the borough at Community events and venues such as health centres, supermarket car parks and garden centres.
Our current 2018 timetable is:
|Thurs 15 November||12 noon - 5pm||World COPD Day Awareness Event||St John's Community Centre, Isleworth TW7 6RUfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Saturday 17 November||TBC||Winter Lights Festival||Bell Square, Hounslow High Street TW3 3HH||Watermans Art Centre|
|Friday 30 November||
|Carers Rights Day - Caring For Your Future||Blue Zone
Civic Centre, Lampton Rd, Hounslow TW3 4DN
|Tuesday 11 December||10am - 4pm||West Middlesex Hospital Foyer Information Table||West Middlesex Hospitalemail@example.com|
How to book The Gazebo for your event
If you are holding a community event or would like The Gazebo to attend a specific venue in Hounslow, please email The Gazebo team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Caroline Cronin on 020 8583 3134
The Gazebo team can attend outdoor events with the pop-up (3 X 3 metres) or indoors without.
- London Borough Of Hounslow
- Service Type:
- Advice and Advocacy
The following documents related to this service are available for download:
This page was last updated on 02 November 2018