COVID-19 community hub

This page is intended to act as a hub for information and support during the COVID-19 pandemic. To ask for help, to volunteer or to provide information for this page please email BotleyResponders@gmail.com

There is a growing amount of help available to those at risk and also for those who are isolated or have related problems.  So PLEASE don’t suffer in silence or take risks – use the help that is available.   This support is here for you!

What are you looking for?

Find your nearest Street Coordinator HERE

Click on the items in table below for information and resources

* Help for you or someone else* Financial or employment help
* Food, shopping & deliveries* Things to do for all the family
* Medical help & prescriptions* Volunteering opportunities
* Staying connected* Council services
* Keeping fit and mentally healthy* Tell us your ideas

Key links and numbers:

Find your nearest Street Coordinator HERE

Oxfordshire support for vulnerable and ‘at risk’ people: 01865 89 78 20 (8:30am to 8:00pm Mon to Fri, 9:00am – 5:00pm Sat and Sun) or email shield@oxfordshire.gov.ukVale of the White Horse District Council: community support for those in need (not high risk): 01235 422600 or email  communitysupport@southandvale.gov.uk
Botley Community Fridge: Free food deliveries for those in need and to reduce waste:  email food@myphone.coop   or phone or text: 07759 135811Food deliveries from Botley Co-op: (limited support from local store for those isolated at home; payments taken over phone):  01865 721935
Medical: Botley Medical Centre: 01865 248719 Lloyds Pharmacy: 01865 247023. Prescription delivery available from Woodlands Pharmacy (Scouts service now ended).NHS: For all concerns: phone 111
https://www.nhs.uk/
Mental Health 24/7 helpline: For adults: 01865 904 997 For children & young people: 01865 904 998 Samaritans: 116 123 Oxfordshire Mind: 01865 247788Oxfordshire domestic abuse helpline:
0800 731 0055 (Mon-Fri 10-19:00) UK Domestic Violence helpline: 0808 2000 247 (24 hour)
Age UK Oxfordshire: Helpline for older local people:  01865 411 288.  www.ageuk.org.uk/oxfordshireChildline: free and confidential:  0800 1111 www.childline.org.uk

The information above is also available as a downloadable poster.