COVID19 Information

We’ve put together a list of services and useful links that may be of benefit to the residents of Shotteswell village during the current COVID-19 outbreak.

Farnborough Nurseries have introduced a box collection service for plants. They are not opening the Garden Centre, but you can order over the phone and they will place completed boxes in their car parkfor collection. Contact them on 01295 690479.

Carpenters Farm Shop – The staff are working hard to meet demand and now ask that you give a minimum of 48hrs notice for orders. Phone No: 01295 690561

 

Please see the NHS website for the latest up to date information on Coronavirus. 

Click here for the latest FAQ from NHS England.

There is a new Find your NHS number service available on the NHS website to help people when booking their vaccine, if they do not know their NHS number. Click Here to access the service.

Users must enter their name, date of birth and postcode to receive a copy of their NHS number, which is then sent by text.

**Anyone over the age of 70 can now book a COVID vaccine by clicking here **

Click here for the new-look searchable directory of all the groups that are supporting communities during the current crisis.

Booking is now essential to visit the six recycling centres in Warwickshire. Visits are limited to one visit a fortnight.

Click here to find out more and book you slot.

Help is available from Warwickshire County Council for those who may be struggling to cope.

The hotline on 0800 408 1447 remains open for people who need urgent help to access food and well-being support.

The Council’s welfare scheme, accessible via the hotline, or online by clicking here

 

Clinically Extremely Vulnerable (CEV) Residents.

COVID-19 SUPPORT HOTLINE – 0800 408 1447

The hotline is open:

Monday to Thursday – 9am to 5pm

Friday – 9am to 3pm

Saturday – 9am to 3pm

Sunday – 10am to 1pm

 

Vaccine Roll-out Update. – Tuesday 2nd February 2021.

To date, 20 local vaccination centres have opened and official figures released last week show that 64,000 vaccinations have been delivered in seven weeks.

On January 25th, the Large Vaccination Centre at Stoneleigh NAEC opened to patients. Patients who are 70 and over will be invited to this site; please note that this is an option, like the offer to have a vaccination at Millennium Point in Birmingham. It is a choice and people can wait to be called for a vaccinaton more locally.

Roving teams have now vaccinated care home residents and their efforts will now turn to vaccinating patients who are housebound. These patients will be contacted by their GP surgery or by Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership Trust.

Hospital Hubs at University Hospital, Coventry, George Eliot Hospital and Warwick Hospital are continuing at pace to vaccinate their staff, as well as health and social care staff from throughout Coventry and Warwickshire.

Finally, as stakeholders you have an important role to play in helping the vaccination programme. Please advise people not to attend or to contact a vaccination centre without an invitation. Our teams are working to deliver the biggest vaccination programme in history and your help and support will be invaluable especially as it gathers pace.