NHS ADVICE FOR EVERYONE
UK GOVERNMENT BULLETINS
If you would like to keep up-to-date with the Government information as it comes out then you can sign-up to their COVID-19 RESPONSE BULLETIN.
PUBLIC HEALTH ENGLAND
PUBLIC HEALTH ENGLAND – Guidance for Households with possible Covid-19 infection
SAPPERTON AND FRAMPTON MANSELL SUPPORT NETWORKS
For Help and Support in Sapperton
For Practical Assistance:
Do you need help with shopping or collecting prescriptions? Contact Sarah Osborn Smith on 07836 512538 and she will try to get a volunteer to you.
For Pastoral/Social Support
If you would like to chat to someone – by telephone, skype or Facetime – to hear a friendly voice, please contact Aileen and Frankie Shaw on 07807 199602. Social distancing should not mean loneliness.
- For Spiritual Needs/Support
Churches can open under Tier 2 Restrictions and details of services both ‘live’ and virtual via Zoom can be found on the Thameshead Benefice website. Church Buildings are open at specific times for private prayer with St Luke’s in Frampton Mansell open on Wednesdays 2pm-4pm. Our clergy are able to offer prayer support, pastoral and confidential chats as needed. Contact the Rev. Trevor Kemp on 01285 770550
For Help and Support in Frampton Mansell
Please contact Lucy Cameron-Davies on 07866 447725.
Lucy has set up a WhatsApp group for the village so that we are in touch with each other and can help each other out. If you are not familiar with WhatsApp, never fear! Call Lucy!
If you can help others, please call the contact persons above to be registered as a volunteer
COTSWOLD DISTRICT COUNCIL
For the latest information and advice on Cotwold District Council services; Community Support, Bins and Recycling, Business and Licencing, Council Tax and Benefits, Planning etc.
CDC BUSINESS MATTERS JANUARY 2021 – Contains Links to the Gov.UK website for the latest news on grants and financial support available for Businesses
GLOUCESTERSHIRE’S COMMUNITY HELP HUB
COTSWOLD WELLBEING SERVICE
This is a free and confidential service for people 16 years and older, to connect you to local services organisations and groups that can help improve your general wellbeing.