Bourton on The Hill - Helping Hands Network

Coronavirus - Helping Hands - We all would like to offer practical support to our neighbours in these challenging times to help those who are self-isolating or infirm.  This is why we've put together a support network in Bourton.  Help could be anything such as help with shopping, pharmacy requests, obtaining specific grocery or household items that are needed, making phone calls, posting letters, walking the dog or other tasks.  

Please remember that all medical aspects of Coronavirus should be dealt with according to current government and NHS guidance.

Volunteering to help

To volunteer to help please send your details to Alexia Monroe and we’ll add you to the list.  The list is stored in a password-protected file to comply with GDPR regulations.  Her contact details are: clerk@bourtononthehill.co.uk, telephone 07594-169499.

Asking for Help

To ask for help, please contact any of the coordinators below and they will use the volunteer list to put you in contact with the nearest available person to help, if there is someone able to help with the specific request.

Parish Council - Alexia Monroe, Redesdale House, clerk@bourtononthehill.co.uk,  07594-169499

The Old School Committee - Anne Robertson, Tawnies, anne.robertson1304@gmail.com, 01386-701564

St Lawrence’s Parish Church Council - Philip & Sandra Gee, Quarry House, psgee@btinternet.com, 01386-701385

Education Trust - Catherine Firth, Porch House, catherinefirth54@gmail.com, 01386-700939

Help in Need Trust - Allen Firth, Porch House, allen.firth@btinternet.com, 01386-700939,  or Rachel Hudson, 6 Fenhill Close, rachelhudson@hotmail.com, 01386-701934.

Community Gardens - Tom Dixon, 10 Fenhill Close, tomjdixon@gmail.com, 03301-138420

Whatever you need, these contacts will try and put you in touch with whoever can best help you.