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

OCTOBER UPDATE: Download our new leaflet and poster here.

What are you looking for?

Find your nearest Botley Responder Street Coordinator HERE

Botley Responders provide support for neighbours including shopping, prescription pick-ups, advice, connections and a friendly chat.

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 support for vulnerable and ‘at risk’ people: 01865 89 78 20 (8:30am to 5:00pm Mon to Thurs, 8:30am – 4:00pm Fri) or email of the White Horse District Council: community support for those in need (not high risk): 01235 422600 (8:30am to 5:00pm Mon to Thurs, 8:30am – 4:30pm Fri) or email
Botley Community Fridge:
A fridge into which anyone can put food, and from which anyone can take food, reducing food waste.In the lobby of St. Peter & St. Paul church, 81 West Way OX2 9JY. Mon-Sat 10-4, Sun 11-4. Open to all.
Botley Community Larder:
Delicious, low-cost, surplus food for the community for £3.50/week individual, £7/week family membership.  St Peter and St Paul Church Hall, Thursdays 3.00-5.30pm (timed slots)  Email:
Medical: Botley Medical Centre: 01865 248719 Lloyds Pharmacy: 01865 247023. Woodlands Pharmacy 01865 242649NHS: For all concerns: phone 111
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. free and confidential:  0800 1111

The information above is also available as a downloadable poster.