As you are aware the Parish Council has been working as a local hub of support during the Covid-19 Pandemic: with the help of many local residents.
We are also aware of the work of many members of our community on behalf of their neighbours or other local people. Thank you to you all. It has been truly uplifting to see how many people have been supporting each other over recent months. It is undoubtedly part of why we live in such a special community.
As the level of demand is now falling and restrictions easing, the community hub will be ending its role on the 31st July.
This means that the twice-weekly delivery of prescriptions from The Labouring Man will finish from the end of this month and you will need to return to your previous arrangements.
Although the hub is ending we will still be available to help local residents in need. If you know of someone who is need of support do not hesitate to contact us. Even if we cannot directly help we may have access to information and guidance which can be of assistance.
The Labouring Man has been especially important to us over recent months and we would like to register our grateful thanks for all their efforts. They are still doing a Take Away menu (but not delivering) and can still be used for ‘essentials’ in terms of food as well as welcoming your custom in their return as a pub!
With best wishes and thanks to you all. Guy Nelson 873363
Please remember for medical assistance follow the NHS guidelines and/or call 111 (non-emergency) or 999 (emergency).