The impact of the pandemic continues to create difficulties for many people, especially the elderly or those vulnerable to illness.
It also impacts on people with financial difficulties or those just feeling scared or lonely.
The winter months can be a struggle to get through so we though you’d like to know that the Help in the Heath community service is still able to offer support, whether it’s help with shopping or just a friendly chat and some company.
It’s OK to ask for help
There are lots of reasons why people don’t ask for help so please check on your neighbours, especially if you think they might need a bit of support. If they are self-isolating or maybe you don’t know them too well, you can download and print a leaflet to pop through their door from HERE or maybe just a hand-written note.
Contact any of our co-ordinators:
Rev Sally (Parish Vicar) 07783 435 390 - Every day (excluding Friday) 10am-7pm
Sue Felgate (Parish Clerk) 07756 984 369 - Every day 9am-5pm
Laura Hadley-Charter (Parish Councillor) 07483 338 659/01992 535 788 - Every day 8am-3pm/6pm-10pm.
There’s lots of information about Covid-19 on the Internet and Social Media but it may not always be correct. We have collated some useful links on our Covid-19 Help in the Heath page for you to check during these difficult times. These range from official NHS and government websites to the online presence of charities that are on hand to help you wherever possible. Please check the page regularly for the latest updates.