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This page is temporarily devoted to Covid-19 related content. In the current emergency, we are able to use the website to publicise anything you feel could be of help to the parish generally. If you want to take advantage of this please contact:
Jane Allen, 01759 368498, or EMAIL

St Martin's School job opportunities
NEW

PUB
NEW HOURS

TAKEAWAY FOOD AND DRINK MENUS
NEW FOR NOV!

JUBILEE PARK
POTATO AND PHOTO COMPS

ST MARTIN'S CHURCH
latest Parish News
More news (details see Church page)
*CHURCH TO OPEN FOR INDIVIDUAL PRAYER*
Letter re developing a community facility at Church
100 club including recent winnners

FANGFOSS BUSINESSES OPERATING IN THE CRISIS

LOCAL FOOTPATHS MAP HERE and see the most recent report HERE

OTHER USEFUL INFO:

FOODBANK
A blue wheelie bin is available at School to receive any donations of food. GUIDANCE

JUBILEE PARK
The Park is open with limitations. PLEASE CHECK HERE

CORONAVIRUS

The Parish Council and St Martin's Church are uniting in the attempt to support our community through this crisis. We are trying to match volunteers from the village with those people who are housebound or need assistance.

For help with shopping, collecting prescriptions, going to the library, a lift to the doctor, someone to talk to or any other assistance please get in touch (see below)

Likewise if you are able to offer any help of any sort please make contact.

Pamela Broughton
01759 368125 or 07785 536679
randpbroughton@btinternet.com


The call for volunteers in Fangfoss and Bolton parish has been very generously supported, with 18% of all households offering help from at least one member. We are very grateful to them all. And we would like to record here our thanks to all parishioners working in the NHS or other frontline services.

News updates will appear here as and when they are received. Below are links to the Newsletters that have been circulated already, plus some Government and NHS websites offering information on the outbreak. Please observe the lockdown guidelines and above all, stay safe everyone.

Covid-19 Together ERYC postcard
Coronavirus 20.03.2020
Community newsletter 25.03.2020(Addendum 26.03.2020)
Community newsletter 01.04.2020
Community newsletter 14.04.2020

Community newsletter 28.04.2020

Community newlsetter 05.05.2020
Community Newsletter 20.05.2020
Community Newsletter 11.06.2020


NHS guidelines

Government guidelines