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List of Rushcliffe Facebook and other groups and websites offering community support

A list of community groups and businesses offering additional support in the Rushcliffe area in reaction to the ongoing national Coronavirus outbreak.

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A list of community groups and businesses offering additional support in the Rushcliffe area in reaction to the ongoing national Coronavirus outbreak.

 

List of Facebook and other groups in Rushcliffe offering help during the Coronavirus outbreak.

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Bingham

Bingham Helping Hands

Private Facebook group for residents of Bingham in Rushcliffe. Visit the Bingham Helping Hands Facebook group for more information.

Bunny

Public Facebook group for residents of Bunny in Rushcliffe. Members are currently liaising with the Parish Council and working to support members of their community where possible. Visit the Bunny Village Facebook group to find out more. Alternatively, please keep an eye out for the next edition of the ‘Bunny Bulletin’ for further updates.

Cotgrave

Public Facebook group for residents of Cotgrave in Rushcliffe to help residents stay updated on local matters. Visit the Cotgrave Noticeboard group on Facebook to find out more.


Costock

Public Facebook group for the residents of East Leake and Costock. Members are working together to support people in their community where possible. Find out more and connect with fellow residents on the East Leake and Costock Life Facebook group.

Cropwell Bishop

Cropwell Bishop’s village website is working to provide updates on the ongoing situation. For the latest local updates and closures, please visit the village website.

Cropwell Butler

Public Facebook group for residents of Cropwell Butler in Rushcliffe. For the latest local updates and to hear more about community efforts, please visit the Cropwell Butler Village Community Facebook group.

East Bridgford

Public Facebook group for residents of East Bridgford in Rushcliffe. Members are working to support people in their community where possible. Visit the Together East Bridgford Facebook group to find out more.

East Leake

Public Facebook group for residents of East Leake in Rushcliffe. The group’s description reads: ‘Community response group to help and support those within our village who need it.’ Request to join the Corona Response group on Facebook, or search ‘East Leake Corona Response’.

A Community Care leaflet has been delivered to residents in East Leake to help find out more about the support available from their neighbours, courtesy of East Leake Parish Council. The Community Care Association has a network of Area Organisers in the area who can be contacted by anyone with concerns about vulnerable, lonely or housebound people in the village. Please visit the village website or the Parish Council website for more details.

Edwalton

Community volunteers in the Edwalton area are willing to deliver items and offer support to any residents affected by COVID-19. Please email media@rushcliffe.gov.uk for more information.

Flintham

Public Facebook group for the residents of Flintham in Rushcliffe. Members of the group are offering support to neighbours self-isolating or social distancing at this time. Visit the Fintham Village Facebook group to find out more or join.

Gamston

Public Facebook group for the residents of Gamston in Rushcliffe. Members of the group are offering support to neighbours self-isolating or social distancing at this time. Visit the Gamston Community Facebook group to find out more.

Gotham

Private Facebook group for the residents of Gotham in Rushcliffe. For the latest local updates and closures, please visit the Gotham Village Community Group Facebook page.

Granby cum Sutton

The Parish Council can help with picking up shopping, phone calls, posting mail and urgent supplies through Parish Clerk and volunteers from the community. Please visit the Granby cum Sutton Parish website to find out more.

Keyworth

Keyworth Parish Council is co-ordinating community efforts to help fellow residents. Volunteers are available to support those self-isolating due to COVID-19. Simply call 0115 937 4811 and leave a message, or email: COVID-19@keyworthparishcouncil.org and the team will do their best to help you, for free!

If you can volunteer to collect shopping or medication, post mail, or check up on neighbours by phone, then please contact Keyworth Parish Council at:

Email: COVID-19@keyworthparishcouncil.org
Phone: 0115 937 4811 to leave a voice message

The Community Football Club are currently putting together a support team to help residents in the area by supplying hot meals, care packages or friendly conversations. The club are very kindly inviting residents to get in touch if they would like to find out more. Please visit the Keyworth United Community Football Club website for details on how to get in touch with the club.

Kingston on Soar

Public Facebook group for residents of Kingston on Soar in Rushcliffe. Members of the group are offering support to neighbours self-isolating or social distancing at this time. Visit the Kingston on Soar Facebook group to find out more.

Public Facebook group for Kinoulton, sharing updates on Government advice and opportunities to support local members of the community. Visit the Kinoulton Covid-19 Mutual Aid Group on Facebook to find out more.

Langar cum Barnstone

Langar cum Barnstone Parish Council have been working with residents to form a Community Action Response group to help their neighbours in accessing basic provisions.

For more details, please visit the Langar cum Barnstone village website.

Newton

Public Facebook group for residents of Newton in Rushcliffe. Members of the group are offering support to neighbours self-isolating or social distancing at this time. Visit ‘What’s happening in Newton’ on Facebook to find out more or join the group.

Normanton on Soar

Public Facebook group for residents of Normanton on Soar in Rushcliffe. Visit the Spotted – Normanton on Soar Facebook group for more information.

Plumtree

Villagers in Plumtree have completed a leaflet drop to all residents offering help to all who are, and possibly will be self isolating, listing residents who are currently able to help.

Please email media@rushcliffe.gov.uk for further information.

Radcliffe on Trent

Volunteers have come forward in the Radcliffe on Trent area who are able to deliver groceries to those who are self-isolating or social distancing. Please email media@rushcliffe.gov.uk or call 0115 981 9911 if you would like more information.

Rempstone

Residents in Rempstone are setting up a support service for those impacted by COVID-19. The team are seeking volunteers to help with shopping, getting prescriptions and tasks such as dog walking. If you would like to contact the group and request support, or volunteer your services, please visit the Rempstone Village website Coronavirus pages or email rempstonehelp@gmail.com

Ruddington

Ruddington COVID-19 Mutual Aid

Private Facebook group for residents of Ruddington in Rushcliffe. The group’s description reads: ‘A group for the people of Ruddington to ask for support if they are ill, need to self-isolate or just to make contact with others. A place for people to offer help to those in need.’

The group of local volunteers are set up to promote a ‘good neighbour network’ for those who are self-isolating.

Visit the Ruddington COVID-19 Mutual Aid Facebook page, email ruddcovid19@gmail.com or call the Parish Council on 0115 914 6660 to find out more or join the group.


Stanton on the Wolds

Stanton on the Wolds Community Action are calling on households to consider whether they could help their neighbours who need to self-isolate, or whether they themselves would appreciate support from a volunteer in the village to help pick up shopping, visit the post office, or just be a friendly voice on the telephone. Visit the Stanton on the Wolds Parish website for more information.

Thrumpton

A group of Thrumpton residents are working together to coordinate care efforts for people who are self-isolating and offer support to those people who are feeling most isolated or anxious.

The team have a list of volunteers and their contact details and will be working to spread the load.

Please visit the Thrumpton Village Hall Group Facebook page for more information. Alternatively, please email info@thrumpton.org.uk if you would like support.

Tollerton

Details of the Parish Council’s community response to COVID19 and how Tollerton residents can offer and receive help is available on their website.

West Bridgford

Private Facebook group for those hoping to coordinate efforts to help support members of the town’s community. Residents can find out more by visiting the West Bridgford Community Helpers group on Facebook.

Wilford

Community group and information for Wilford

https://www.thisiswilford.org.uk

Willoughby on the Wolds

Willoughby on the Wolds Community Action are calling on households to consider whether they could help their neighbours who need to self-isolate, or whether they themselves would appreciate support from a volunteer in the village to help pick up shopping, visit the post office, or just be a friendly voice on the telephone. Please email media@rushcliffe.gov.uk to find out more.

Wysall

Wysall Community Action are calling on households to consider whether they could help their neighbours who need to self-isolate, or whether they themselves would appreciate support from a volunteer in the village to help pick up shopping, visit the post office, or just be a friendly voice on the telephone. Please email media@rushcliffe.gov.uk to find out more.

Widmerpool

Widmerpool Community Action are calling on households to consider whether they could help their neighbours who need to self-isolate, or whether they themselves would appreciate support from a volunteer in the village to help pick up shopping, visit the post office, or just be a friendly voice on the telephone. Please email media@rushcliffe.gov.uk to find out more.

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