Coronavirus Covid-19 Latest News & Help:

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The Lowdown: Emotional Wellbeing Support

The Lowdown has opened up a wellbeing support helpline on 01604 622223, which will be monitored between 1:00pm and 3:30pm Tuesday to Friday and Mondays 1:00pm to 7:30pm.

They have also just launched an online emotional support chat bot at www.tidio.com/talk/wellbeingsupport, which will be monitored at the ssame times as the helpline. Wellbeing resources and videos are also available on their dedicated web page.

and for some sound financial advice during this stressful time click this panel

Coronavirus

Financial Help & Rights

Sick pay, mortgages, rental help, energy top-up, cancelled events and more.

Grants up to £30,000 now available for disabled residents

to adapt your home. Click here for more details.

Guilsborough Volunteer Group

New Local Government Reorganisation Web Sites Launched

Two new web sites, one for West Northamptonshire and one for North Northamptonshire, have been launched to carry news about the Local Government Reorganisation (LGR) programme.  The web sites are at futurenorthantsnorth.org and futurenorthantswest.org.  The sites describe the process so far, who is involved, progress from public meetings, and news including details of the upcoming shadow authority elections.  There is understandably a great deal of speculation about the move toward unitary governance and these two sites offer the most reliable means of keeping up to date and ensuring you are aware of the facts.

HGV Traffic

Some more organisations you can turn to for help:

During these times of many people having to self isolate, we’re very fortunate to have a group of volunteers willing to help with what ever they can, be it getting shopping, picking up a take-away or maybe just someone to talk to. You should have received information of how you can access this help posted through your letter boxes but if not, it’s all being coordinated by Amanda Miller and she can be reached, preferably by text message, on 07508 058 998.

It may be though that you need a bit more than this. Maybe you’re starting to struggle emotionally or financially and you’d rather talk to someone outside of the village. Someone you don’t have personal contact with. There’s help out there, you just need to reach out for it.

The local NCC support line is 0300 126 1000 (option 5).

There’s also help to be found through the Red Cross.

If you have money worries you can call 0808 802 2000.

If you need support at home, maybe you can’t get out to buy food even if you could afford to, then call 0345 0547 171 followed by option 0 to talk to someone.

Instances of vehicles clearly exceeding 7.5 tons using our village as a short cut are on the increase, with two names cropping up very frequently. Palletways and PC Howard have both been contacted with information also being passed on to the Police and the Traffic Commissioners. Obviously, some of these lorries are legally travelling into the village to drop off and pick up goods. There’s frequent deliveries to the shop and grain lorries will soon be collecting from farms amongst others.

If you see what is obviously an HGV over 7.5tons and they appear to be using our village as a short cut please do report it to us by emailing Guilsborough.pc@gmail.com including time and date and preferably  photos showing the vehicle and registration plate.



Do you worry about what your children are being exposed to online?

There’s a lot of very useful guides and information available from the Safety Detectives website. Click the image for details.


A message from Lucy Wightman, Director of Public Health Northamptonshire County Council.

Dear Residents,

 I am writing to you directly, …………..

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