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Covid-19 Support and Advice

2021 07 21 Rules from 19 July English

The parish council, working with local churches, has set up a comprehensive scheme to support villagers who are self-isolating.

The details of the scheme were on a flyer delivered to each household. Full details are described on this page and can also be found on the parish council website by following this link https://fressingfieldpc.org and on Nextdoor Fressingfield

The scheme:-

If you are staying at home because of the outbreak, you can get neighbourly help if you need it.

You may be a person who is self-isolating because you or someone in your house has got the virus. Perhaps you are in one of the vulnerable groups and have decided not to go out and about.

Either way, don't worry because volunteers are ready and eager to offer their assistance. Already 70 people have responded to this call for volunteers.

You should have had a card posted through your door that looked like this


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The name and contact details will be the person coordinating help just in your part of the parish. Phone them or email them. That person is waiting to hear from you so help can be organised.

Stay safe and keep well. Don’t go hungry. Remember,  food in the village can be delivered to your door:

Fressingfield Stores. Tel: 01379 586185  (note new number)

Swan Inn. Tel: 01379 586280

Munchies. Homemade local produce meals. Tel: 07970 994221.

or try the Fox and Goose for a ‘cook @ home’ special menu.  See their website for details.

Waveney Foodbank          Mobile 07484 394749



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