Early May bank holiday weekend opening hour

Some of our services will be operating different opening hours over the early May bank holiday weekend.

Contact Camden

Contact Camden will be closed from 6pm on Friday 4 May to 8am on Tuesday 8 May - writes camden.gov.uk

We have an out-of-hours telephone service 24 hours a day for emergencies: call 020 7974 4444.

Please visit our Contact Camden web pages for more information.

You can also use your Camden Account at any time to manage key services in one place with one log-in.

Parking

For details of bank holiday parking enforcement in the borough, please visit our parking and enforcement page .

Rubbish and recycling

There will be no changes to recycling and rubbish collection days over the bank holiday. Please put out your containers on your usual collection day. Check your collection day .

Parks

Parks and open spaces will be open as usual over the bank holiday, with the exception of Cantelowes skatepark. This will close at the park closing time, which is dusk.

For more information, please visit our parks pages .

Libraries

Libraries will be open as usual on Saturday 5 May and the library at 5 Pancras Square will be open as usual on Sunday 6 May.

All Camden libraries will be closed on the bank holiday, Monday 7 May and will return to their usual opening hours on Tuesday 8 May.There will be an extended loan period over the bank holiday.

Our online digital library will be operating as normal. You can use it to view your library account, renew your items and borrow an ebook.

For more information, visit our libraries page.

Leisure and sports centres

Our centres will have changed opening hours on Monday 7 May but will be open at the usual times apart from this.

Early May bank holiday

Swiss Cottage

7am–7pm

Pancras Square

9am–4pm

Oasis

9am–4pm

Kentish Town

8am–6pm

Talacre

10am–4pm

camden.gov.uk
bankholidayweekend
If you notice an error, highlight the text you want and press Ctrl + Enter to report it to the editor
I recommend
No recommendations yet

Comments

Post your comment to communicate and discuss this article.

Society
Children living in London boroughs with high diesel pollution suffer from stunted lung capacity, putting them at risk of early death, a study has said. Pupils living in areas that failed to meet EU nitrogen dioxide limits were at increased risk of lung disease, researchers found. The research studied 2,000 London school children over five years. "We are raising a generation of children reaching adulthood with stunted lungs," researchers said. Academics fro...
Incidents
A private school teacher has been left partially blind after another woman smashed a glass in her face during a night out.  Lisa Bertsch, 30, was at the Be At One bar in Richmond when she was hit in her right eye. The tumbler shattered and left Ms Bertsch, who lives with her boyfriend in Kingston, needing emergency surgery. She said the attack happened when she tried to stop the assailant pouring a cocktail over her friend’s belongings. Ms Bertsch added th...
Society
Discarded syringes have been left in play areas and car parks as a BBC investigation found councils were being called 50 times a day to remove them. Figures obtained by the BBC showed councils handled 18,496 cases in 2017-18, a rise of 7% in two years. A volunteer pricked by a discarded needle has told how he faces a wait for HIV and hepatitis test results. The Department for Communities and Local Government said it was "committed to doing more to reduce d...
Society
The German Zeppelin bombing campaign of London during WWI has been brought to the fore again days before the centenary of the war in a film made by schoolchildren. The first ever example of strategic bombing in history - a tactic used in total war with the goal of defeating the enemy by destroying their morale or economy - was during the First World War Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II initially banned attacks on the capital because of his close connection to the...
Society
London’s busiest train station has recruited a hawk to scare off pigeons following a spate of complaints from angry passengers. Aria, a five-year-old harris hawk, has begun patrolling Waterloostation in a bid to stop people having to “fight" off pigeons while eating. There are 27 food and drink retailers at the Network Rail-managed station, and many customers have complained about pigeons pecking at food and leaving a mess. The birds have been pictured sit...
Society
London City Airport is going to fine airlines for breaching noise limits after a surge in complaints from residents.  The airport, based in the Royal Docks, has launched a “penalty and incentive” scheme for planes breaching its rules, and will name and shame them online. Bosses revealed the airport had seen a spike in complaints since launching concentrated flight paths in February 2016. The paths were changed after new air traffic control technology was b...
Society
The Crossrail delay will cost Transport for London almost £200 million next year in lost revenue, the Standard has learned. Latest calculations suggest the expected nine-month delay to the completion of the Elizabeth Line, first revealed in August, will cost the cash-strapped body almost £550,000-a-day.  TfL, which has a deficit of around £1bn, has told the London Assembly it will miss out on £170million income from passenger fares and up to £20million in...
Society
Motorists who park in cycle lanes in one of London’s “Mini Holland” boroughs could have their residents’ parking permits revoked, council chiefs warned today. A crackdown on illegal parking has been launched by Waltham Forest council amid growing anger at the way some drivers are blocking the new routes.  They are being introduced under a £30 million initiative to encourage walking and cycling by building Dutch-style segregated routes, including a three-mi...
Society
‘Only a bloody stark raving alcoholic is bloody drunk at 1.30pm in the afternoon,’ says Air India pilot. A senior Air India pilot was grounded after he failed breathalyser tests shortly before a flight from New Delhi to London on Sunday. Arvind Kathpalia, who is responsible for safety at the airline as operations director, denied drinking on the job and said he would contest the results of the alcohol checks. “It was 1.30pm in the afternoon, only a bloody...