This page is being set up for those seeking help in Eastington, Gloucestershire GL10 during the Coronavirus crisis.
If you are self-isolating and stuck for help please call the Eastington Coronavirus volunteers’ help line:-
If you would like to join the task force of volunteers ready to help others, please head over to facebook Eastington volunteers group
or call the number above
or fill in our contact form. THANK YOU!
Helpline details:- Continue reading “Coronavirus help in Eastington”
Great News! If you are unable to get to the shops, the The Co-op can now accept you order and payment over the phone, and an Eastington Volunteer will deliver your order to your doorstep!
You can place your order on any day from 9am – 2 pm.
Deliveries will be made Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings after 5 pm. Call the shop on 824785
Note also that the Co-op is operating a priority hour for the more vulnerable amongst us, and their carers:
Mon -Sat 8 am-9 am
Sunday 10 am – 11 am
(note also that they are now closing at 8pm instead of 10 pm)
The Farm Shop is offering free delivery to the over 70’s of orders over £10 Phone 01453 823655
They say they have plenty of fresh fruit and veg and some dry goods. The shop is currently limiting the number of people inside, and would prefer that you phone to order a ‘boot drop’ – see their facebook page
Sean Bryan of Platinum Electrical , based in Eastington, would very kindly like to offer a free call-out and up to an hour of labour to anyone in Eastington with an electrical emergency during the next 3 months of this crisis. Call 07867 229299
Continue reading “Emergency electrical call out”
Update – several kind services previously offered are suspended for the moment due to lack of supplies – please watch social media for more news
The Whitminster inn were offering take away and delivery service, everyday 12-2 pm and 5 – 8pm.
Call for 07508 656012 or 01452 740234.
The BBC’s partners in the initiative have set a set aside thousands of DAB radios to be given away for free to vulnerable people aged over 70 and in need. From Monday March 30, anyone can nominate someone for a free radio by completing an online application form at www.wavelength.org.uk/radiohero
Continue reading “Free DAB radios for the vulnerable”
If your business or organisation has something extra to offer Eastington residents at this time – please let me know via the contact form or any of the email addresses for the ECN magazine