Coronavirus COVID-19

CORONAVIRUS COVID-19

Please CLICK HERE for the latest NHS information and advice on Coronavirus COVID-19

If you are concerned that you are unwell or are unsure about your symptoms, the NHS advice line is 111.

For Government updates and restrictions see www.gov.uk/coronavirus


Help In The Community – Shere Parish Council has created a volunteer database to offer help to those who are self-isolating, elderly or vulnerable during this time. If you know someone in need or should you wish to become a volunteer and are happy for your details to be shared with others, please contact us on 01483 203431 or email clerk@nullshereparishcouncil.gov.uk

Please CLICK HERE for Community Advice & Support


For all advice including how to register a vulnerable person in need of support and help with all aspects of finance see the Citizens Advice Bureauhttps://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/health/coronavirus-what-it-means-for-you/


Guildford Borough Council – Coronavirus Update – Please click on the following link for a recent update from Guildford Borough Council, in particular how they are preparing to support those who need to be shielded:

https://www.shereparishcouncil.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Coronavirus-update-from-GBC-1.4.2020.pdf

Guildford Borough Council – Direct Helplines – Please click on the following link:

Local Shops – Please do not go out unless absolutely necessary.  The local shops are doing their best to keep up with demand.

COOP – restricting some items to two per person due to stockpiling.  Unfortunately are unable to take orders or payments over the phone.
Kingfisher Farm Shop – can take orders preferably by email (1 week notice) and will contact you to make payment – orders collected from the back door.  They will take orders over the phone if you have no access to a computer and make deliveries to vulnerable people and those self -isolating.
Peaslake Village Stores – are serving locals through the hatch and are no longer serving cyclists. For more information from Peaslake Stores CLICK HERE
Other stores, cafes, restaurants and public houses are doing home deliveries, contact them individually for information.


The Salvation Army – Food Bank Donations – The Salvation Army are asking members of the public for donations of food during the crisis. They have particularly asked for: long life milk, sugar, jam, & small bags of tea. However, any tins of: meat, meals, soups, vegetables or fruit, as well as cereals, are always acceptable (ensure items are in date!) and any form of washing powder (smaller containers if possible).
Donations purchased from the Coop, in Shere can be left at the counter, and other food donations in the collecting bins under the benches in the porches of St James’, Shere or St Mark’s, Peaslake.
Alternatively, if you would prefer, you can donate online to Guildford Salvation Army via the ‘Just Giving’ site – see link below:
 
 
Or you can write a cheque to the Salvation Army and post to: Guildford Salvation Army, Woodbridge Road, GU1 4QQ (please write Food Bank on the back of the cheque).

Waste Collections –  Please CLICK HERE for guidance on bins for those who have symptoms of/have Coronavirus.
 

Parish Council Car Parks, Shere and Pond Lane Peaslake – The Parish Council has agreed that it will not close its car parks.

This decision has been made because we are unable to prevent those determined to ignore Government advice/instructions from actually getting into a car and deciding to come to our villages. Once arrived, if available car parks are closed they will park wherever there is a space in the village centre. This is more of a threat – bringing them closer to residents of the Parish, than if they parked in the car park.
Furthermore many of the residents of the Parish will also need to use the car parks to reach our local food stores. It is easier to avoid visitors if residents have the space of the car park around them.
Finally, it is to be hoped that with the latest Government warnings and fines, that the Villages’ experiences of last weekend will not be repeated going forward. Signs have been put up urging visitors not to visit our confined village centres unnecessarily. Thank you