Coronavirus Community Support

Community Support
during the Coronavirus emergency

Here we will post useful information for the duration of the Coronavirus emergency. Please add your own information as comments below.

If you would like support or help please provide your contact details (name, address, phone) and brief details of your needs. You can do this by calling one of us below or another member of the Neighbourhood Watch that you know.


Patrick 01454 318157                    Brian 01454 501308

Alison 01454 312195                    Rob 01454 311859

 
If you would like to help please contact one of the above with your offer. So far our volunteers have been able to help 7 people with shopping and errands.

South Glos Council are supporting a community help line which can provide additional support, such as food parcels and vouchers, where the lockdown is causing financial stress. Call 03335 774666, lines are open 11am to 7pm weekdays and 12am to 6pm weekends.

The Olde Inne are providing meals for take-away. As well as Pizzas during the week they are doing a full Sunday Roast, on Sundays. I understand the beer (bring your own jug) is amazingly cheap.

We can arrange to have bread from Hobbs Bakery delivered to you at your home. Please contact Alison on 312195 if you would like to get some bread.

A contribution from Dee Powell:  I have a friend who is a chef and lives in Pucklechurch, and he orders meat from his butchers for delivery to peoples homes.  His name is Tim Newton and his number is 07554 890740. He would need orders by 5pm on Wednesday, and he would deliver on either the Thursday or the Friday.    Payment would be either cash or BACS.  His price list can be seen here

A selection of face masks is available from the Olde Inne; these have been made by volunteers in the village. A charity box is by the masks and a donation would be appreciated. They can be collected on Friday and Saturday from 5pm, and on Sunday 12-4pm.

Advice & Information

South Gloucestershire have a special page for changes resulting from the lockdown and how to get help.

The UK Government website includes information about what you can and can't do during the lock down.

You can see about symptoms and stopping the spread of the virus on the NHS website.

Or you can call one of us above, and we will try to find the information you need.


Walking around Westerleigh

Want to get out more and enjoy the countryside around our village? Here are four walks to help you explores the paths around the village. Each walk is about 4 miles (6.44 km) long and will take about 2 hours at a leisurely pace. You can use the map to change your route and  explore more.
  1. North East Wapley Common, Chescombe Farm and Wapley Church.
  2. South East: Burbarrow Lane and the Crematorium.
  3. South West: Motorway, Dramway, Bitterwell Lake.
  4. North West: Dodmoor Farm, Froglane Farm, and Ram Hill.



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