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Official government site detailing measures, instructions and advice regarding the current pandemic.
COVID-19 Help, Support And Volunteering South Glos and Bristol now have a web page setup with links and information to hopefully help people. This web page is more South Glos area focused rather than local area focused.
Mutual support for residents of Thornbury and surrounding area during the public health crisis. The group will continue running for as long as people need help with shopping, prescription collection, dog walking etc. Email Ruth and Ellen below.
Key information from South Gloucestershire Council on Coronavirus, including the latest information on their response, updates on services and what support is available.
If you need support during this Coronavirus crisis, you can contact community development organisation Southern Brooks. Call 07773 209943 or email below 8am-8pm for advice on practical and wellbeing support.
Guidance on social distancing for everyone in the UK
Info about the soup this week: It's Wednesday - it's soup day! We have a range of flavours to choose from today: Vegetable, Sweet potato and red pepper, Carrot and coriander and Leek and potato. Something for everyone! We also have bread rolls going out with the soup today - all donated by Walkers the Bakers, Wotton. Thanks so much! Ring 01453 844726, between 9a.m and 12 (today and tomorrow), to order your free soup. It will then be delivered by a WAMA volunteer.
Delivering to Cromhall
Tel: 01453 844726
Full guidance on staying at home and away from others
A community project developed by Yate and Sodbury Neighbourhood Scheme (YSNS) for the community during Covid 19.
Wotton Area Mutual Aid (WAMA) exists to support residents during the Covid-19 restrictions, and includes Cromhall. We match people who need help with volunteers who are able to offer it.
Use the NHS 111 service if you urgently need medical help or advice but it's not a life-threatening situation.
For less urgent health needs, contact your GP or local pharmacist in the usual way.
For immediate, life-threatening emergencies, call 999 instead.