Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Cumbria County Council news

Mar 30, 2020

Cumbria County Council and partners have launched a new emergency support service for people at high risk of becoming seriously ill, as a result of COVID-19, and who do not have support available from friends, family or neighbours.

New emergency support line launched for vulnerable people needing urgent help

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Colton Parish- help is at hand!

The Spring sunshine is a welcome relief, in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic and the lockdown, as residents struggle to reorganise their lives.  Colton Parish Council members have been working to set up arrangements for self-help and also to link into other...

Get coronavirus support as an extremely vulnerable person

If you are classified as being in the vulnerable category, you can register via the gov.org website, if you are in doubt please register anyway using the link below. https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus-extremely-vulnerable The first food parcels have now been delivered to...

Finsthwaite and Lakeside update

Cllr John Taylor is the contact for Finsthwaite and Lakeside and will be working closely with Vanessa Champion, former councillor.   His latest update on shopping is as follows, The Hazelmere in Grange over Sands will be delivering bread, cakes and ready meals to...

Changes to bus timetables 30/3

Stagecoach will introduce revised timetables on most routes from Monday 30 March. These are based on Sunday timetables, but with enhancements in the early morning and in some cases early evening, to cater for those who still need to travel to work.  Where routes do...

Rusland Valley update

Cllr David Hoyle, from Thwaite Moss, is acting as local coordinator for the Rusland Valley and if you need any help or advice in relation to food shopping, prescriptions, dog walking, using Skype/FaceTime, or just want a chat, get in touch on 860390 or...