STAY AT HOME, PROTECT THE NHS AND SAVE LIVES
North Norfolk District Council support Hub:
Telephone : 01263 516000
Email: [email protected]
As the Government’s message to older and vulnerable people to self-isolate to protect themselves from the spread of the Coronavirus takes effect, Norfolk County Council and North Norfolk District Council have written to residents in our area with details of helplines they can contact if they need assistance in the coming weeks with shopping, accessing personal items or prescriptions or other non-emergency support.
In order to fulfil requests for assistance, North Norfolk District Council has developed a hub and bespoke support model throughout our area, with a physical co-ordination presence at ten Local Co-ordination Centres, including a centre based at Stalham Sports Centre (please note that these centres will not be open to the public, and should only be accessed by community volunteers). For further details of this project, please visit NNDC’s website.
North Norfolk residents in need of support, either now or in the coming weeks, can request assistance through the Norfolk helpline (0344 8008020) or the North Norfolk helpline (01263 516000)
Please see the attached NNDC letter to residents
Community coronavirus testing in Norfolk and Waveney now available to “key
workers” (and/or household members with symptoms). Please read the attached leaflet for information.
Community coronavirus testing in Norfolk and Waveney now available to “key workers” (and/or household members with symptoms).
The NHS in Norfolk and Waveney is offering local coronavirus tests to key workers* such as teachers or food industry staff, to help them remain in work and continue to support their communities. This also applies to members of their household who may have coronavirus symptoms causing the key worker to self-isolate.
Testing will take place at three locations in Norfolk and Waveney:
The Centrum centre, close to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH)
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn (QEHKL)
The James Paget University Hospital (JPUH) in Gorleston.
For local support please see contact details on the attached flyer or contact the Parish Clerk on 01692 535775
Helping your Neighbours:
Please put your own health and safety first, and follow government guidelines regarding social distancing.
Cromer & District Foodbank
You can contact us by telephone Monday to Friday 9am until 3pm