25th March 2020 - A Message from our CEO Diane White

In these unprecedented times, Kingston Carers’ Network remains committed to supporting our carers. Understandably, we are all feeling anxious, but we will do our very best to help you, even if it is in a different way from before.

The Council has a helpline offering advice and guidance,  and to register for practical support, 020 8547 5000

Please read below and don’t hesitate to contact us, by email preferably, or on 020 3031 2757.




As you all know, the Government has announced that everyone should stay at home and not venture outside, unless it is absolutely necessary: 

  • Only go outside for food, health reasons or essential work 

  • Stay 2 metres (6ft) away from other people 

  • Wash your hands as soon as you get home 


Kingston Carers’ Network is dedicated to continuing to support our carers through this difficult time, while protecting our staff, carers and the wider community. 

The office will be closed, but all our staff will be working from home and finding alternative ways that we can communicate with, and support all our carers.  

We will be updating this page regularly, and sending out email bulletins and social media alerts. 



Statement  - 17th March 2020

We are aware that this is a very worrying time for everyone. As we come into contact with vulnerable people, we feel that unfortunately we must take extra care and have closed our activities for the time being. This includes Young Carers' Project activities and our Adult Carer wellbeing programme. We will also be offering phone and email support, rather than face to face appointments. We assure you that we will continue to offer our support as much as we possibly can.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any concerns and we would recommend that if you have access to the internet, you check the NHS and Gov.Uk websites, plus Carers UK, which is particularly helpful for Carers.
This page will be regularly updated with news and advice for carers.