COVID-19 Support Group Network
Baydon Villagers helping each other
Cards were posted through letterboxes by Villagers willing to offer assistance to others in their immediate local area. If you also feel you can help,
please contact the Village Coordinator via the
page, and choose COVID-19 Support Group Network.
Volunteer groups have been set-up throughout the County and a Directory listing all the names of volunteers, by region is available.
Please click the picture for the Full Directory.
The entry covering BAYDON is shown below.
During the current coronavirus pandemic, the parish council and volunteer groups may use personal data of vulnerable and at risk individuals which has been supplied by them, or by their relatives, to ensure that they are fully supported during the current crisis. The information held will be used for this purpose alone, and will be deleted once the pandemic is at an end.
Individuals contacting the parish council for assistance through this scheme will be considered to have given consent for their data to be used for this purpose."
Please read the LATEST COVID-19 UPDATES from Wiltshire Council, click links to access.
Are offering all vulnerable and patients over the age 70 to have their prescriptions sent directly to Baydon Post Office for collection.
You must inform the surgery (dispensary) at the time of ordering your prescriptions. This can be done on line by filling in on the second page, your request to deliver to Baydon PO.
For those of you filling in the prescription request form by hand, this can be left at Baydon PO and it will be delivered to the Surgery. Please indicate on this form that you wish your medications to be delivered back to Baydon PO.
Please send in all requests for medication at least seven to ten days in advance.
Medications will be returned to Baydon PO for collection on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
By using this service we can cut down on the number of persons coming into contact with one another at the Surgery and dispensary.
Your understanding and help in this matter is greatly appreciated.
Wiltshire Life's July/August unique issue, marks a moment in our history that will be remembered for ever. It records the dedication of people, businesses, charities, service providers and communities across Wiltshire, who continue to show unswerving determination, compassion, care, stoicism, friendship, kindness and love to those around them through the Covid-19 pandemic.
The evocative cover image painted by local artist Elaine Heseltine-Carp of her daughter, one of our NHS key workers.
So many towns and villages, streets and communities have contributed to this issue it is on sale in village shops, newsagents and supermarkets including Waitrose.
We understand that many people are still not venturing too far. So, to make things easier we have made this issue available to order online, to save everyone a special trip to the shops.
Here's the link: https://bit.ly/2ALZsd6
Or simply call our Subscriptions Team on: 01722 716997.
It is also possible to share via
on your town or village page. Simply click on this link scroll down to the July/August issue post that has the cover image and click 'share'.
Please do continue to send us news and information about activities and events in your parish, village and town.
The Community Pack document issued by Wiltshire Council
has been updated, to access
please click on the picture.
The majority of groups being set-up by volunteers are to ensure their fellow residents, vulnerable neighbours and family have all the support they need following the government's latest advice regarding social distancing and self-isolation.
We created the Community Pack to support you and your community during the ongoing COVID-19 situation.
Within it you'll find a list of key contacts, resources and information in one place, which we hope you can share with your community to support each other as much as possible during this time.
For the latest Coronavirus (COVID-19) information provided by Wiltshire Council,
please click here
Helping Hands Home Care has been providing excellent home care across the UK since 1989.
Now supporting the local communities of Hungerford, Marlborough and surrounding areas we can support you with:
• Personal care
• Medication support
• Dementia care
• Help getting out and about
• Running errands, and much more.
For more information on how we can help, or to book a no obligation meeting, please call Becky and her team on: 01488 505746
or follow the link:
In this current Coronavirus lockdown,
we are seeking emergency help from our local communities.
We own two homes in the area that are occupied by adults with additional care and support needs. We have dedicated Support Teams and Nurses that assist the adults in their homes with their daily needs.
We are a registered charity and are finding it difficult to recruit for Staff in the service in these trying times. As a result, we are looking for temporary and permanent help (with options of fortnightly pay available) to help serve the community, and help those sadly out of work.
Please contact the
White Horse Care Trust directly if you can help.