Corona Virus Contacts
This page is a summary of those people who have offered
help. If you wish your details to be entered on this page please
contact Barry Nelson. The preferred method of contact is by email
(email@example.com) since I have severe tinnitus which
makes telephone contact difficult, but the telephone number is 01452
760187. Unfortunately, we are in the demographic which is
supposed to be self isolating, but if no one else is available then we
may be able to help.
Scott Booth and Eloisa Grana Cid: Live in Newlands House works at home but happy to happy to help anybody with food, admin, or anything else we can do.
We travel daily to Gloucester so not an issue.
Scott: 07717 572133
Eloisa: 07449 173082
Gillian Olley (Jill). Lives at Portway NWG. 01452 760635
I am willing to shop, collect presents, run errands etc.
I'm working from home every day now until 3.30pm. I am then free to help.
Hannah Olley I
want to help out. I have a car and am available evenings and weekends
at the moment for shopping, chatting, anything. 01452 760635
Maggie Etheridge. Telephone number is 07870400943. She may be
able to help in some ways.
ARE YOU IN NEED OF HELP?
Westbury-on-Severn YFC are here to help…
Picking up shopping
A friendly phone call
Collecting your prescription
Any other concern?
Please contact Club Chairman – Ben Stephens
07972 761360 or Club Secretary – Emma Greening 07948 085454 and we will be on
hand to help ASAP.
Age UK Gloucestershire Information as at 2nd
UK Government Link:
Govt. resource for those in the highest risk group (mainly the 1.5m told to
stay at home “shielded”):
Includes details of getting help with shopping etc.
Council “Help Hub” https://www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/helphub
Online form to request help for yourself or a neighbour & to offer help.
New Phone Line for Help hub referrals: 01452 583519 Monday- Friday 8am-8pm
& Saturday 9am-4pm. Requests allocated to district councils who are then
looking for local support groups to help individuals, ASC are triaging any
potential Social Care enquiries at this stage.
Covid Mutual Aid Website:
Lists local groups who have signed up to the network to provide/offer local
support. (Other specific info we have found is listed in district areas
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. From Monday
March 30, anyone can nominate someone for a free radio by completing an online
application form at www.wavelength.org.uk/radiohero
The radios have been donated by Argos, Currys PC World, John Lewis &
Partners, Pure and Roberts Radio and will be distributed by loneliness charity
Wavelength, who provide technology to those in need. Manufacturer Duracell UK
will provide batteries.
Report Scams to Action Fraud: 0300 1232040
Monday, Wednesday & Friday Priority for older/Vulnerable People
9am-10am Monday, Wednesday &
Friday priority for older/vulnerable people
First Hour Priority for Older/vulnerable people: