Suffolk urged to rally together as new local COVID-19 app and phoneline launched to connect volunteers and people who need help
The Parish Council now has a list of 13 volunteers who are willing to help in various ways if you need help during the Coronavirus outbreak.
The Parish Council is collating a list of residents who have volunteered to 'buddy up' with a near neighbour who may need some help during the current situation we all find ourselves in. Whilst the volunteers may find it difficult to buy basic provisions this week I am sure things will ease off very soon. Even if you want to just hear another voice or seek some advice please ask for help. Together we can get through this!
In view of the Coronavirus threat the Trustees have decided to try and hold the February tote draw before the end of this month.
March and April tote draws will be suspended until further notice. This will be reviewed in line with government guidelines regarding social mobility.
The litter pick event organised by Councillor Barbara Smithson for Saturday 28 March is now postponed to a future date when things have settled down.
The Parish Council is pleased to welcome David Cleland-Smith to the vacant post of Parish Councillor.
Stanton Parish Council are working with the local authority and the NHS to ensure that everyone stays well during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) illness.
The really important information is to make sure you wash your hands regularly and avoid touching your face with unwashed hands.
At the present time it is Business as usual in Stanton but should things change then the Council is keen to hear from anyone who would be prepared to help the vulnerable and those living alone with simple errands such as a (doorstep delivery) of basic provisions.
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