Matt Prosser, Chief Executive of Dorset Council has delivered a heartfelt message of thanks for all the brilliant volunteers around the county (see letter below), and we certainly know how brilliant our volunteers have been here in Lytchett Matravers. Thank
Many of our residents are shielding due to this pandemic and resulting lockdown. Side by side, we also have many volunteers who have ‘befriended’ their local neighbours and are generously helping to make sure that those who are ‘shielding’ and
In its latest email update, Public Health Dorset continue to urge us all to keep staying at home, including for VE Day and follow government guidance. Here’s a summary of the email: Make sure you use trusted health and well
The national Neighbourhood Watch scheme are offering all informal volunteers, the opportunity to join them as part of their emergency local response. By joining as a member you do not have to alter the current work you are doing, but
Our libraries are of course closed during the current pandemic, but they are still providing services online. In a Dorset Libraries update, Dorset Council have provided details of just how you can continue to enjoy library services during the lockdown.
Purbeck Citizens Advice normally hold drop-in sessions at the Library but these are obviously currently not available. However, people can still get advice by phone or email. Here’s the latest from Purbeck Citizens Advice (and please see poster below) Purbeck
A message from Public Health Dorset: Changes to Dorset’s health services NHS services in Dorset are gearing up for changes to help minimise the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and deal with any upturn in patient numbers caused by the outbreak.
Dorset Police say they have been receiving a significant number of calls with questions about Coronavirus and how the government restrictions impact individual circumstances. So, they have pulled together a section on their website “where you can find updates from
Dorset Police have sent out (via their alert service) a notice about being good neighbours during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. In the alert, they say: We should all be able to feel safe and to enjoy living in our own
In line with the Prime Minister’s announcement on the 23rd March 2020, the Parish Council have closed Rocket Park, Foxhills Play area, the Skate Park and Lytchett Astro. Notices will be put up and the areas taped off. The play