Coronavirus advice

Government advice is now that we should all stay home except for certain essential reasons. We aim to support these requirements until we are are sure that the possible risks of infection are less than they are at present.

We are still checking messages regularly so, if you need any support or advice, please call and leave your name and number and we’ll ring you back by the next “working” day.

If you think you might have coronavirus symptoms, you should contact the NHS 111 service online. You should not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital.

It is most likely that the virus is spread in cough or sneeze droplets, either in the air or on people’s hands. Full advice is available via the NHS online.

You can reduce risk by washing hands with soap and water regularly, for at least 20 seconds. Hand sanitizer gels are a reasonable alternative, but not as good as soap and water!

You should cough or sneeze into a tissue – or the crook of your elbow – and then throw the tissue in a bin immediately.

You should try to avoid close contact with people who are unwell.

See our main page for updates.