CORONAVIRUS AND SUPPORT IN THE COMMUNITY
The Parish Council is working with a team of fantastic volunteers. If you are self isolating, or you know of someone who needs some support please contact us on 01453 887204 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
A group of lovely parishioners have set up a website and Facebook page called Chalford Community Coronavirus Support, you are able to join this group for information, and to access volunteer details.
Local businesses are also offering groceries,take away meals and meal deliveries. Please see below:
Chalford Stores, High Street Contact the shop for details on 01453 884397.
Eastcombe Stores 01452 770357 payment by card over the phone.
Old Neighbourhood Inn 01453 492180 payment by bank transfer.
Stancombe Farm Shop orders by email email@example.com
If an order is placed, one of our volunteers can collect. When ordering, the shop should be advised that Chalford Parish Council will collect on their behalf.
Old Neighbourhood Inn, Chalford
The Old Neighbourhood Inn reopened on Saturday 4th July! (please check with the Inn directly for opening times) They will also be offering takeaway meals. Due to high demand, the staff at the Inn are very kindly continuing to supply meat from their butcher, orders must be placed on a Thursday at the latest. Please contact Sarah on 01453 492180 if you wish to place an order.
The Long Table, Brimscombe
This organisation can deliver or people can collect ready made meals. 7 meals in a one off drop costs £25, just £3.80 per meal. Free meals are available for those who cannot afford these costs. Telephone 01453 367499 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Please click the link for full information. Long Table Information
Stroud District Council
At this time, when many people are dealing with unfamiliar, stressful and sometimes frightening circumstances, could we please request that everyone considers the impact of their actions on their neighbours. While this might seem like an opportunity to prune the garden, please don’t burn the waste as that could create additional problems for people already potentially dealing with breathing difficulties. Similarly, opening your windows and playing music at high volumes might make you feel better, but it will just make everyone else’s life less tolerable. Please, think about other people, be kind and keep your activities reasonable.
Gloucestershire County Council
Its important that we all continue to follow the national advice and guidance which can be found at http://www.nhs.uk/
BBC up to-date news
Stay safe during this challenging time.