Coronavirus - Useful Information for High Kelling Residents
High Kelling Parish Council can help you...
Please contact the Parish Council if you need any help or assistance in this difficult time. The Parish Council have volunteers who are keen to help collect shopping, prescriptions and provide support, even if it is just a friendly chat over the phone. We are here for you, please call
Latest Information and important links
North Norfolk District Council Coronavirus Hotline 01263 516000 - Link to website HERE.
Norfolk County Council link to website HERE
Healthwatch Norfolk Survey - Share your experience of accessing information care and support during COVID-19
Community coronavirus testing in Norfolk now available to Key Workers and household members with symptoms. FIND OUT MORE HERE
Morrisons Local Delivery Service
Morrisons Customer Services Team have set up a dedicated elderly and vulnerable phone line for those customers to place an order over the phone. Deliveries take place within 24 hours and payment is taken through a contactless card by the delivery driver.
You can order 45 essential items or a standard food box.
Please call 0345 611 6111 for more information.
This service is available 8am - 4pm Monday- Friday excluding Bank Holidays.
Other Deliveries available...
Budgens of Holt - Daily deliveries are being made by Budgens, phone lines are busy, you are encouraged to call in the morning for same day delivery.
Tel 01263 715895
Back to the Garden - Deliveries are taking place every Tuesday and Friday. They are also offering a click and collect service 3.30pm - 4.30pm every day with payment being taken in advance over the phone.
Please call 01263 715996
Co-op in Cromer - You can pay for your shopping over the phone at the Co-op in Cromer and then call the Parish Clerk who will arrange delivery.
Please call the Co-op - 01263 511277 to place your order.
Please call Gemma on 01263 513269 to arrange delivery.
Do you need a Face Covering?
Volunteers in the village with the skills are currently making cloth face coverings for distribution to villagers that require them. Currently two per household.
These are not surgical masks. They are washable but please read carefully the Government guidance on their use, noting that they will help reduce the possibility of you infecting others but don't provide you with specific protection. Social distancing, washing of hands etc should still continue. They should be worn in enclosed spaces such as shops where social distancing measures may be compromised.
If you can help make some or require a pair please contact The Chairman of the Parish Council David Carter on Tel: 01263 711745
E-mail ; email@example.com
A guide on how to wear and make a face cloth covering can be found HERE
Holt Medical Practice Statement
"Where possible, consultations will be carried out on the telephone. All requests for face to face appointments will be screened by a Receptionist who will ask you questions. All patients seeking entry to the Surgery will be screened for COVID symptoms on arrival. If you feel your appointment is no longer necessary please phone the surgery on 01263 712461.
If you have a fever or a new continious cough you should visit 111 online and self isolate for 7 days. Please do not come to the Surgery".
Ease Pressure on Local Pharmacies
Healthwatch Norfolk have published tips on how to ease pressure on local pharmacies and their staff, along with other COVID-19 support resources, for more information click the link below;
News from All Saints
The Church has set up a Pastoral Helpline, which is available to all who may feel isolated, anxious or alone.
The phone number is 07393559028 Please do get in touch if you or anyone you know needs any help or simply wants to talk.
The Rector, Fr Howard Stoker is also personally available on 712048
We are aware that social isolation and being deprived of social interaction can be incredibly difficult and detrimental to our emotional and mental well being. please do not hesitate to contact us if you need any help.
Mental Health and Wellbeing
The Government have shared guidance to parents and carers on supporting the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people throughout the pandemic. This can be viewed below;
Safeguarding Crisis Hub - Information can be found HERE