Coronavirus

Coronavirus Help

In consideration of new Government guidance to stop non-essential contact with others, all Council meetings are postponed until further notice. This is in line with Tewkesbury Borough Council. The parish council will continue to operate remotely, though for obvious reasons some services maybe scaled back.

As ever, if you feel you need the help of a councillor, our contact details are here or in the back of the latest Topics.

Should you need any information about the virus, please refer to the NHS Coronavirus

Further information is also available from Tewkesbury Borough Council – Coronavirus Advice

Gloucestershire’s Community Help Hub – The hub now has a phone line which has been set up for those who do not have internet access. 01452 583519 The lines are open Monday – Friday 8.30am – 5pm.

Should you need local help GOWNS is available here

Coronavirus Information

Here you will find information about local services during the Coronavirus Outbreak.

  • NEW 27th May 2020 – New mental health service launched for young people
  • NEW 27th May 2020 – Trial sites announced for better social distancing in town centres
  • 25th May 2020 – A guide to what’s available to help you and others
  • 7th May 2020 –AgeUK Gloucestershire During Covid19 we have adapted our support and we want to let local communities know that we are here to help. We have a variety of resources that we are keen to share with the communities.
    • We have an information and advice line where anyone (older people and their families) with an issue can call and get free advice – 01452 422660
    • We have set up a Freephone line if any older person is feeling lonely and wants a chat with one of our staff or volunteers – 0800 298 0579
    • We are also running an online social group which older people can join, get and share info and ideas on staying occupied, there are quizzes and discussion groups. https://www.facebook.com/groups/gloucestershirespringboard
    • We are promoting a campaign to Greet Your Street at 11am to get neighbours socializing on their doorsteps; we have posters that we can send out for households to show they are involved.
    • There is also a lot of advice and information on our website: www.ageukgloucestershire.org.uk