Following the announcement of a new national lockdown in England, Buckinghamshire Council has made some urgent changes to several of its key services.
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As a response to the present situation, we have restarted our team to support anyone in our community who may need some friendly assistance. Should you need help with shopping or collection of medicines do let us know. If you would just like someone to talk with on the phone, discuss a worry or to pray with you, we have people who would love to help.
If you have problems where you need some advice or have struggled to get help elsewhere we will try and signpost you to the right assistance. We will be very happy to do this and look forward to hearing from you.
Applications welcome for Bucks Business Grants
Eligible local businesses can apply now for one of the two Bucks Business Grants the council is setting up to help support businesses who have been impacted by the current national lockdown.
Today sees the launch of the annual Buckinghamshire Christmas present appeal, run this year for the first time by the new Buckinghamshire Council as part of it’s ‘Helping Hand’ community support initiative. And with the difficulties and disruption caused by coronavirus, the need for this popular seasonal campaign is greater than ever.
The Buckinghamshire Volunteer Matching Service is calling for Bucks residents to sign-up as volunteers to help support local people and communities during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
The Volunteer Matching Service, which is run by Community Impact Bucks in partnership with Buckinghamshire Council and The Clare Foundation, matches registered volunteers to roles where they are most needed in the county. It is looking for volunteers from across the county but in particular for volunteers from the High Wycombe, Missendens and Chesham areas.