As a Council, our number one priority during the coronavirus pandemic is the health and wellbeing of our residents, our own staff and the many people who work in the Borough.
We are working with local volunteer groups, One Community and Hampshire County Council to support people who are self-isolating because they are particularly vulnerable to coronavirus.
If you work with, know of, or are in contact with people who are vulnerable to coronavirus and who don’t have anyone nearby who can support them, we'd be very grateful it if you could share the information below.
Eastleigh Borough Council
We are here to support you If you’re self-isolating because you are particularly vulnerable to coronavirus and don’t have anyone nearby who can support you, we can help:
Arrange the collection and delivery of food, prescription medicines and other essential items
Put you in touch with someone you can chat to
If you need our support, contact us on 023 8068 8000, email firstname.lastname@example.org or find out more on our website.
We have a team of people who will ask for some details from you and we’ll either deliver ourselves or pass your details onto the community group closest to where you live: Chandler’s Ford Help, Eastleigh Community Aid or Kings Community Church.
On our website you can also find information on changes to council services, getting financial support with Council Tax and health and wellbeing advice while you're at home.
The best way to stay up to date with changes to council services is to sign up to our weekly email or follow us on social media.
Other useful sources of information:
Hound Parish Council News Blog.