Winter 2021 – Key links to advice and help
The government’s main source of advice on coronavirus includes information on the social distancing alongside a wide range of other information including “how to help people safely. If you would like to keep up-to-date with the government information as it comes out then you can sign up to receive their Covid-19 alerts.
To understand how to stay safe and help prevent the spread of respiratory illnesses (including Covid-19) please visit the government website.
Mole Valley District Council and Surrey County Council continue to provide updates and advice via their websites and encourage residents and businesses to engage online to alleviate pressure on their customer telephone call centre.
If you are struggling to put food on the table please consider local help that is available to you.
Any Buckland resident in need of support or who believes another Buckland resident needs help is encouraged to call Debbie Jones on 07701 347351.
Mole Valley Life offers advice and support to help residents living in Mole Valley to continue to life independently in their own homes and to live life well. Their motto is “Your life, your journey, share it with us” – visit Mole Valley Life to find out more about what the team can offer you.
The latest advice on what actions to take if you feel you might be suffering from the symptoms of Coronavirus can be found using NHS 111. Visit the Brockwood website to read the latest advice issued by our local medical practice.
The NHS has re-opened recruitment for volunteers to help vulnerable people stay safe and well at home and to provide support to anyone needing assistance whilst they self isolate. To learn more – visit “sign up to become an NHS Volunteer“.
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