With the UK’s response to the Coronavirus outbreak now moving into the delay phase, it is highly likely that our village communities will start to see the effects of the measures the Government has put in place to slow down the spread of the virus.
Some of those who live in Catbrook and the surrounding hamlets may find themselves affected by the virus, isolated or unable to get out to collect food or medicines as well as carry on with everyday tasks. Whilst many have the support of friends, neighbours and family, others may not and Catbrook and District Memorial Hall can provide a valuable service to enable people to ask for help or assistance if needed.
If you are experiencing difficulties due to the Coronavirus and need help please click on the 'Need Help' button. This will open an email where you can provide more details. All information will be treated in confidence.
If you do not have access to email you can telephone 01291 689474 and we will help out as best we can.
WILLING TO VOLUNTEER?
We are looking for volunteers who are willing to collect prescriptions, go shopping, keep in touch or generally help those in need or in isolation.
If you are able to volunteer, please click on the 'Volunteer' button and provide your contact details, which services you can help with and in which locations e.g. Catbrook, Whitelye, Broadstone, Parkhouse, Cicelyford etc.
Thank you in advance for any help and support you are able to offer, we know this is a worrying time for everyone. As we receive both requests for assistance and volunteer details we will co-ordinate the appropriate response. We will also liaise with local GP surgeries should this be necessary.
Several local shops and suppliers are now offering delivery services.
Click HERE to go to the page with details.