Coronavirus Help

Kent Together – A 24-hour helpline has been set up to support vulnerable people in Kent who need urgent help, supplies or medication. The helpline – called Kent Together – provides a single point of contact for anyone in the county who is in urgent need of help during the coronavirus outbreak. It is a collaboration between Kent County Council, central Government, district, borough and local councils and other organisations and groups, including the NHS, to ensure help is at hand. It is also a place for people to report concerns about the welfare of someone. People who are vulnerable and have an urgent need that cannot be met through existing support networks can contact the Kent Together helpline on 03000 41 92 92.

Mental health crisis support via text – A new text service has been launched across Kent and Medway for people of all ages needing mental health support. As part of the Release the Pressure campaign, the texts are free on all major mobile networks and the service is provided by SHOUT and the Crisis Text Line. By texting the word “Kent” or “Medway” to 85258, you will start a conversation with one of the many trained and experienced volunteers who can give support at any time, wherever you are. It’s a place to go if you’re struggling to cope and you need immediate help.

For more information about how to look after your mental health during the coronavirus pandemic visit:-

Local grocery and meal deliveries –

Coronavirus Scams Awareness Letter

COVID-19 Scams awareness letter

Kent And Medway Covid Champions

Agenda for next Meeting

The next Parish Council meeting is being held at 7pm on Monday the 4th of January via Zoom.  Any members of the public wishing to join the meeting, should email Councillor Laura Spencer at  no later than 6.00pm on Friday 1st January