We’re still here

Due to lockdown and the restrictions in place, after school and evening sessions at our hubs & adventure playgrounds will no longer be running as they were.

Access to our hubs and adventure playgrounds will be limited to 1-2-1 appointments, drop-ins & support groups for young people who need them.

For more information about the support available please call us on 020 8356 7404.

Our YouTube channel is also full of virtual fun, with over 100 interactive videos.; including sports challenges, play sessions, arts & crafts videos and more!

We will be checking in on all our young people during lockdown, and are here to answer any questions you may have…or if you just want to chat.

  • Give us a call on 020 8356 7404, 9am-5pm, Mon-Fri
  • Instagram, Facebook and Twitter: @younghackney
  • Email: yh.online@hackney.gov.uk
  • Sign up to our newsletter for regular updates and information

Stay in touch and stay safe. 

Coronavirus cases in Hackney are very high, this national lockdown has been put in place to help reduce the spread of coronavirus.

You must only leave home for:

  • Food
  • Exercise
  • Medical reasons
  • To work or study; if you cannot do so from home

Schools will remain open for vulnerable children and the children of key workers. All other children must learn from home until February half-term.

For more information about the national lockdown click here. 

If you have coronavirus symptoms, you must stay at home and self-isolate* straight away for 10 days. You must also book a test on the NHS COVID-19 apponline, or by calling 119.

You can find more health information on the NHS website.  If you need medical help please call your GP or the NHS on 111.

If it’s a serious or life-threatening medical emergency, call 999 straight away.

*Self-isolate – this means staying indoors and away from other people, to protect yourself and others from the potential spreading of coronavirus.