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Notices

BURGAGE ROAD PLAY AREA CLOSED due to coronavirus

DUE TO THE COVID-19 VIRUS OUTBREAK, 

AS PER GOVERNMENT INSTRUCTIONS

BURGAGE ROAD PLAY AREA IS  CLOSED

 TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

 PLEASE NOTE :  safety checks will NOT be carried out during this period

 PLEASE DO NOT USE THE PLAY EQUIPMENT

CORONAVIRUS – LOCAL BUSINESSES PROVIDING HOME DELIVERY

STOGURSEY SPAR / POST OFFICE

Allen & Deb –   01278 732304

Will take orders over the telephone and arrange delivery.   Card payment over the phone.

Stogursey-Spar-and-Post-Office

 

STOGURSEY CORNER SHOP

Vijay & Sutha – 01278 733247

Will take orders over the telephone and arrange delivery.   Card payment over the phone.

 

Croft Family Butchers, Cannington

Free home delivery service for everyone in the local area.

Can deliver fresh or cooked ready to eat meat, and dairy products. Will also deliver produced from the Village Bakery

Tel: Mike White 01278 652230

Blackmore Farm, Cannington

Fresh ready meals, soups main courses, desserts (including cottage pies, stews and salads)

Tel: Ian White 01278 651154 between 10am and 3pm or email dyerfarm@aol.com

Deliveries to Stogursy, Tuesday Thursday & Saturday

Easter orders to be placed by Wed 8 April 2020

BlackmoreFarm

 

Paisleys Farm Shop

Delivery of vegetable, fruit and salad within a 5 mile radius.

Delivery days will be Monday, Wednesday & Friday.

Telephone Stig & Audrey on 01278 732207 from 10am until 4pm seven days a week.

Large vegetable box £20 / Fruit box £15 / Fruit & vegetable box £20  /  Salad box £10

Website for full details. http://www.paisleysfarmshop.co.uk/home-delivery-service/ or Facebook: paisleysfarmshop

 

 

 

 

 

 

CORONA VIRUS

The Parish Council recommend you read the NHS’s information for most up-to-date and reliable information here: NHS website.

(We are not qualified to provide health advice!)

Only phone the 111 service if you cannot get help you need online.

Please stay away from the Medical Centres if you have a new cough or temperature to protect other patients and staff.

What we can all do:
The single most important thing we can all do in order to slow down transmission of the virus is to promote good infection control. These are simple things we can all do to reduce the risk of respiratory and other infections such as seasonal colds and flu:

  • Always carry tissues with you and use them to catch your cough or sneeze. Then bin the tissue, and wash your hands, or use a sanitiser gel.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water, especially after using public transport. Use a sanitiser gel if soap and water are not available.
  • Always wash your hands when you get home or into work
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are unwell.

IF YOU NEED NON MEDICAL HELP

We will try to refer you to those providing practical help where we can, such as collecting prescriptions from the Medical Centre or groceries from the local shop, or to shops or organisations that will provide home deliveries etc.

You may get offers of help from neighbours who you don’t know. Mostly they will be genuine offers from concerned people in the community, but please be aware that there are already criminals taking advantage of the situation. Be very careful of giving your bank card or bank details to people you do not know and trust, don’t advertise openly stating you are vulnerable, don’t share more personal information than absolutely necessary.

Home Care (as at Fri 13 March): Somerset County Council say they have well-rehearsed plans in place and continue to work closely to ensure their services continue and that their most vulnerable residents are supported during the outbreak. Further information will be made available when we get it.

VIRAL KINDNESS!

Please remember your neighbours, especially those who are elderly or vulnerable. Please check they are OK. Can you help them with shopping, collecting prescriptions etc? If you don’t know how to approach this, maybe put a note through the door with your details.

Can you help in the community – if you can spare some time, please let us know.