Communities and voluntary sector support
North Devon Council's community support hub aims to ensure that our most vulnerable residents are not forgotten during the Coronavirus pandemic and to provide support to those needing to self-isolate.
A dedicated phoneline (01271 388280) is available to those who need support who haven't already got help from family, friends, neighbours and support within the local community. Support that can be provided includes food shopping and delivery for households self-isolating, urgent prescription collections and help with organising a supermarket slot delivery. 48 hours notice is required for any support services.
If you'd like to let us know about some community or voluntary activity that is not already listed please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Information Commissioner has published useful guidance for community groups that are being set up, or already exist, to help communities cope during this time. Please read the guidance online.
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