We recognise that it is a concerning time for you and your family regarding the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impacts on our lives with information changing daily. Here are local support services that are kindly offering to help local residents who may be in self-isolation.
If you are struggling financially and are in desperate need of food please contact our Community Investment Team on 01452 424344 and ask for Mandi or Elaine.
If you need help with food please contact one of the following food referral partners who are working with Gloucester City Council to make sure there is support for those who really need it. Free food parcels are available for those in urgent need, top up food in available in all areas and low cost food parcels are available in Matson, Podsmead and Tuffley. Home delivered cooked meals are also available via any of the food referrers below.
Gloucestershire County Council have set up an online help hub for all local residents. You can request assistance and volunteer to help on this site or you can call 01452 583519 between 9 – 5pm Monday to Fridays.
Gloucester Feed the Hungry – please call Hash Norat, 07905 417 266 or Immam Hassan, 07725 365 179
Gloucester Foodbank – 01452 505544
Tuffley – Jenny Layhe 07930 689770
Abbeymead/Abbeydale – Cllr Laura Brooker Laura.email@example.com, 07738 674417
Barton & Tredworth – Cllr Said Hansdot firstname.lastname@example.org 07853 312293
Elmbridge & Wotton & Longlevens – Anne Radley Anne.email@example.com, 07942 676460
Hucclecote /Barnwood – Cllr David Brown firstname.lastname@example.org
Kingsway – Cllr Jennie Watkins 07912 450049 email@example.com
Kingsholm & Longlevens – Leanne Purnell firstname.lastname@example.org 07939 284397 (Out of business hours please contact Cllr Jennie Watkins as above)
Westgate & Hempsted – Cllr Dawn Melvin email@example.com 07795 433412 or call GCH and ask to speak to Elaine Meyer on 01452 424344
Quedgeley – Cllr Hannah Norman Hannah.firstname.lastname@example.org, 07787 868705
Its important to look after your mental health… At times like this, we all need to look after our mental health as well as our physical health and wellbeing. Visit https://www.talk2gether.nhs.uk/ for information about local services that can support you.
Domestic Abuse is unfortunately increasing during lockdown and everyone is being asked to look out for friends and neighbours. If you are suffering or worrying about someone else please get in touch with GDASS.
We are still available if you have any support needs or tenancy related queries. Call us on 01452 424344 or email email@example.com