How to Claim
If you qualify for the discount, you’ll get a letter this autumn or winter telling you either:
a. you don’t have to apply – you’ll get the discount automatically, or
b. to apply by 28 February 2018 – the letter will tell you why and how
If you don’t get a letter - contact the Warm Home Discount Team if you don’t get a letter but believe you qualify.
Warm Home Discount Scheme Warm Home Discount Team
Telephone: 0345 603 9439 2.1.P
Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm Peel Park
Blackpool FY4 5ES
If you don’t qualify for the discount - you may be able to apply directly to your electricity supplier for help if you don’t qualify because you don’t get the Guarantee Credit element of Pension Credit.
COUNCILLOR FOR ETHANDUNE
DO YOU HAVE SOME TIME TO SPARE??
Would you like to help with running some of our local resources?
You could volunteer to help with the Play Areas in the Parish, and with running other facilities in the future.
Email the Parish Clerk at email@example.com or use the form on the Contact tab to find out more.
Important Contact Information
Westbury Town Council COVID-19 Support
Food boxes of basic items for £15 can be ordered by email firstname.lastname@example.org or via the Link helpline on 01373 859669 (open 1400 to 1700 Mon – Fri) town council volunteers will deliver.
A wide range of other support is available via email@example.com
The link below is to a spreadsheet where you can add orders for food boxes. If unsure please just email a request to the “events” email address above.
Home Farm Shop Heywood
Food boxes made up and priced on request. Need to be collected.
White Row Farm Shop Beckington
Food box £35 need to be collected.
2.5kg Potatoes | Parsnips 2 | Carrots 5 | Swede | Onions 3 | Courgette Leeks 3 | Broccoli | Tomatoes 5 | Cucumber | Lettuce | 5 Clementines | 5 Apples | Cheese | 1 ltr Semi Skimmed Milk |
Butter | 1/2 doz egg | 1 White Sliced Loaf
Dilton Marsh Parish Council
Dilton Marsh Village
Shopping and prescription delivery
Kathy Hutt 01373 301656 / 07708 351323
Heywood Village Shopping and prescription delivery
Helen and Spencer Richards – 07801 420906 and 07747 303 438
April Masson has agreed to be a point of contact for those in need in the village. Her mobile number is 07986 133201
Wide range of support available via Ian Buick 01373 832318
Wiltshire Wellbeing Hub
If you are self-isolating due to coronavirus (COVID-19) and you need help and do not have any family, friends or neighbours who can support you please let us know.
We are here to help you with deliveries of food and other essentials loneliness and wellbeing.
If you are self-isolating due to coronavirus (COVID-19), we're here to help with:
You can request this help by calling our helpline on: 0300 003 4576 available from 8am-8pm Monday-Friday and 10am-4pm Saturday and Sunday or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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CORONAVIRUS - COVID 19
From facebook -
Wiltshire Bobby Van Trust
Buy With Confidence Trading Standards Approved Government Organization
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"Residents are being warned to watch out for despicable rogue traders who are removing roof tiles themselves before offering to fix them for inflated prices."
Our advice is to avoid doorstep traders, get 3 quotes wherever possible, and our scheme for Trading Standards Approved traders. You can find approved traders at www.buywithconfidence.gov.uk
The Water Team at Wiltshire Wildlife Trust has just been awarded some money from the Bristol Avon Catchment Partnership fund to carry out some work on the Biss and its tributaries in and around Trowbridge and Westbury. Over the course of the summer this year we hope to gauge the current status of the rivers and run a number of events to help local communities get more engaged with looking after their rivers.
They are currently in the process of identifying and contacting landowners to gauge interest in the project and gain access permission for survey work. They are hoping to identify landowners who have land bordering the waterways. The links below show the catchment areas in which they are interested.
Please let the Parish Council Clerk know if you would like to be put in touch with Abigail Leach, who is the Project Officer.
Unfortunately the links aren't working at the moment - check back later!!
From the Wiltshire Police website:
Lorry Watch is a joint venture involving local councils and local volunteers, designed to prevent overweight lorries breaching weight limits in our towns and villages.
Volunteers operate a rota throughout the day and report offending vehicles to Wiltshire Police, who check the vehicle registration with the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority and send a warning letter.
Any repeat breaches, the information is passed to Wiltshire Council Trading Standards as they have the power to initiate a prosecution.
Residents in Heywood are concerned about the speed and size of traffic using Church Road and Dursley Road as a route to cut through from the A350 to B3097, avoiding Yarnbrook.
Lorry Watch would take up an hour of your time and would be really useful to help the Parish enforce speed and weight limits.
If you can help please contact the Council using the form on the "Contact" tab above.
How many times have you heard the phrase, “What strange times we are living in”? I’m sure we are all aware that many people are facing new and different pressures on their daily lives and these have often been intensified with how COVID-19 has affected us all.
To provide help for any adult residents, Wiltshire Council is launching the new Wiltshire Health Improvement Hub which will assist people who want to improve their health and mental wellbeing.
Health Improvement Coaches will support people to make practical changes to improve their health and mental wellbeing through one-to-one support.
The new service builds on the success of the current Health Trainer Service which has been running since 2014, and has supported 5000 people in Wiltshire to lose weight and eat a healthy diet, increase physical activity, reduce alcohol intake, stop smoking and improve emotional wellbeing.
The Health Improvement Hub is the single point of access for referrals to the Health Improvement Coaches, Healthy Me (child and family weight management service), and our new group adult weight management programme, Healthy Us.
This new service will also be there for those who have struggled with their mental health in recent months due to the Coronavirus pandemic, it will support mental wellbeing by providing practical tools and advice which will assist behaviour change and improve health. For example, supporting a client to eat more healthily or reduce their alcohol intake to support their mental wellbeing. Or practical behaviour change support for low mood, reducing stress or anxiety. Coaches will also continue to offer 1-2-1 stop smoking support and 1-2-1 weight management support.
Our Health Improvement Coaches will offer one-to-one support for six one-hour sessions, the sessions are carried out by telephone or virtually and when safe to do so they will be offered as a face to face session. This free service will be available to over 18s.
More information about the Wiltshire Health Improvement Hub can be found on our website at https://www.wiltshire.gov.uk/public-health-trainers. Alternatively people can email email@example.com or call 0300 003 4566 – option 1.
This service is there for everyone, so if you feel you need some extra help and support, even if you have never needed a service like this before, please do get in contact with the Health Improvement coaches.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you think I can help with any local matter.
Suzanne Wickham – Wiltshire Councillor – Ethandune
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel: 01380 870467 Mob: 07967 213336