Welcome to Stotfold Town Council

Whether you live in Stotfold, or plan to visit us in the future, you will find lots of useful information on this website.


 https://www.centralbedfordshire.gov.uk/info/26/public_health/737/coronavirus_-_covid-19 
Central Bedfordshire Council's website includes very useful information regarding Coronavirus, how this might impact on their services, and an online form for you to register for assistance during this time
 

CORONAVIRUS

Following updated guidance from the Government and their professional health specialists, the town council offices at the Greenacre Centre are now closed for the foreseeable future.  However, we can still be contacted via email on enquiries@stotfoldtowncouncil.gov.uk or phone 01462 730064, with usual office hours Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm.

Our hireable facilities - Memorial Hall and Greenacre Centre are also closed for the foreseeable future.  All forthcoming bookings have been cancelled (up to 31st May at present, but may change depending on Government guidance at the time), if you have a booking during this period you will be issued with a refund - if we haven't already contacted you to issue your refund, please call us on 07395 948341 or 07395 964496 (our usual office number is not currently manned).  We are not taking any future bookings at present, but will advise when this changes. 

Please keep yourself fully informed on latest Government and NHS updates, which will be issued on a very regular basis.

https://www.gov.uk/government/topical-events/coronavirus-covid-19-uk-government-response

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/


Maintain social distancing.  Only go out if you absolutely have to - food shopping (try to keep frequency as low as possible), daily exercise (please do not drive to your place of exercise, a walk or run around the block a couple of times is better than driving elsewhere), or if you are a key worker or absolutely have to go into work.


At this challenging time, with daily changes to the situation, we urge all residents to be mindful of your elderly or vulnerable neighbours. Perhaps you could offer to collect their shopping or prescriptions? This confusing and perhaps frightening time will see some people, particularly in isolation, feeling lonely. Perhaps you could consider passing those people your contact number, spend some time chatting to them on the phone, and a regular call to make sure they are still well.


 

 


 

 

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