The latest Government advice is that ‘the single most important action we can all take, in fighting coronavirus, is to stay alert to contol the virus and save lives. When we reduce our day-to-day contact with other people, we will reduce the spread of the infection.

  1. Stay at home as much as possible.
  2. Work from home if you can.
  3. Limit contact with other people.
  4. Keep your distance if you go out (2 meters apart where possible).
  5. Wash your hands regularly.
  6. Do not leave home if you or anyone in your household has symptoms.

Every resident must comply with these new measures. The relevant authorities, including the police, have the powers to enforce them – including through fines and dispersing gatherings.

Further information is available on the website.



If you think you or a member of your household are showing symptoms (high temperature or a new, continuous cough) and want to be sure, use the NHS 111 Coronavirus Service website. If you are unable to access help online call NHS 111.

Download a "Stop-Sign" poster to put in your window if you are self-isolating or have a vulnerable person in your household.

Download a contact sheet for organisations supporting Mental Health mental-health-signposting.pdf

Covid - 19 Testing

The mobile testing unitis are now available locally.  Please check times and dates on this link

You must book a test in advance - go to the HHS website or call 119


The County Council is the lead authority for Coronavirus and has set up a Community Help Hub to:

  • Distribute information.
  • Allow people to report that they are medically vulnerable and need support.
  • Allow people and businesses to volunteer help.


This service is staffed by paid professionals to co-ordinate with all social care and support groups, plus the local NHS and other vital services.

Tel: 01452 583519 or go to the Community Help Hub website

Download a contact sheet for organisations able to help you and others GCC_2894 Covid 19 help available.pdf


Moreton Pharmacy
The pharmacy is offering a delivery service of medications to the elderly and vulnerable in Moreton (Mondays - Fridays) and also advise that repeat prescriptions are taking longer than normal (5 - 7 days).
Tel: 01608 650306

Cotswold Friends
Providing vital transport, help with food shopping and collecting prescriptions, telephone befriending and additional support.

Food and prescriptions and general enquiries
Tel: 01608 651415 (option 6)
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Food, prescriptions and transport
Tel: 01608 651115
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St Davids Church
Helping self-isolators by picking up urgent supplies, posting letters, a friendly phone call and prayer.

Weekdays 9 am - 12 noon (out of hours answerphone)
Tel: 01608 652359

North Cotswold Foodbank

Tel: 07879 375562

Contact Cotswold District Council benefits team for food vouchers.
Tel: 01285 623000

Dog walking
Log on to NextDoor to see if anyone is offering to dog-walking or put out a request for help walking your dog if you are unable too.
Tel: 01285 623000


Businesses and Self-employed

The government website is the best source of advice on all the support schemes for business and the self-employed.

The Support for Business schemes will be administered by the Cotswold District Council

For grants, benefits and Council tax support go to the Cotswold District Council's website.


Cotswold District Council
Visit their website for the latest information on how Coronavirus is affecting local services.

Bins and recycling– Changes to bin collections and what to do with rubbish whilst self-isolating. The green bin service has now been suspended.

Excess black bin waste stickers are available from CDC. Waste must be double-bagged and the sticker visible.

Tax and benefits – Details of financial help for employees and self-employed people.

Community support – How to find support in your community or offer help.

Business and licensing - Support and grants, changes to licensing services, food businesses and takeaway regulations.

Visit the Cotswold District Council website.


Training support for businesses


Following the Government’s announcement on Tuesday that Pubs, Cafes and Restaurants can reopen on 4th July, Cotswold District Council would like to invite you to the following free Webinar on Tuesday 30th June at 1 pm


"Considerations for reopening a Licensed Premises and the Evening and Night-Time Economy"


The information will also be useful for non-licensed premises.



The Webinar is two hours and will cover the following topics


1. Operational and premises management considerations


· Strategy for reopening


· Policies, Procedures Processes


· Risk management and assessment


· Staff training


· Social distancing


· Hygiene


· Toilets


· Booking/ordering


2. Promotion, Marketing, Messaging and PR


3. Staff Management


4. Financial support


5. Legal update



Further guidance to help businesses open safely can be found on the Cotswold District Council website.


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Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 10am – 4pm
Wednesday: 9am – 4pm
Thursday: 9am – 4pm
Friday: Closed
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

…or by appointment.

*Subject to change due to external commitments and meetings.

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