POP UP SHOP
Battisford Parish Councillors are running a pop up shop in Battisford it is at
The Village Hall. Tuesdays and Saturdays 12-2pm. Advance orders preferred. The shop is well stocked, from fresh fruit and veg to toilet roll!
1. DO YOU NEED HELP WITH SHOPPING/COLLECTING YOUR MEDICINE etc?
Battisford Parish Council wants to make sure we are caring for vulnerable people within the community, especially those who might need help in a time of emergency. Given COVID 19, this now appears to be more relevant than ever before. If you feel vulnerable and might need more support, please click on the form above, complete page 1 and return to any Parish Councillor, or email to email@example.com or telephone 01449 616694
2. COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS
The Council would like to identify people who would be prepared, and able, to assist in such an emergency situation. If you can help, then please complete page 2 of the form above. All information collected will be held in strictest confidence
Nicky Glading, Proper Officer (Clerk) email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: 01842 337488
Nicola Cleaver, Chairman email: email@example.com
Tel: 01449 678064
STORE OPENING TIMES FOR VULNERABLE PEOPLE
Battisford is one of 122 parishes in the county of Suffolk in the district of Mid Suffolk. It is located 4 miles south of the market town of Stowmarket and about 2 miles west of Needham Market. The area is mainly agricultural and the village itself boasts a play area, community centre, pub and two churches. In the 2001 census there were 180 households in Battisford with 482 residents.
" A traditional, friendly unspoilt village" and " a safe and peaceful country environment"
Citizens Advice Mid Suffolk will be providing advice via a phone and email service until further notice. We have taken this decision to comply with government guidance about reducing social contacts to delay the spread of the novel coronavirus. Our staff and volunteers have extensive experience of providing advice over the phone and via email. Normally 43% of our client contacts are by telephone and 18% are by email. We are encouraging members of the public to call us or to contact us via our website if they need advice. We will continue to provide advice for as long as possible. We do not want people to delay seeking advice for their problems because they are not aware they can get advice from us. Our dedicated volunteers and staff are continuing to provide an excellent service in these difficult circumstances. Citizens Advice Mid Suffolk's contact details are: Telephone 01449 676060 or 01449 676280 There is a contact form on our website www.midsuffolkcab.org.uk/contact-us<http://www.midsuffolkcab.org.uk/contact-us> Email firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com> Citizens Advice have been there for people in their time of need since we were established on the second day of World War Two. We will continue to do our utmost to ensure that anyone who needs help to find a way forward receives that help.