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We, the Town Council, have been receiving a vast amount of information from various sources regarding Covid-19.

To try and make accessing the information simple and clear, here are links to those organisations and groups which can offer help and support which you may require in these unprecedented times:

We are Huntingdonshire are looking for people to sign up as:

  • volunteer
  • I am in need or know someone in need
  • I am extremely vulnerable and need help

For more details please see this link: Sign up here and please see their website for the  Huntingdonshire area which you may find useful

Godmanchester Community Timebank can help with

  • Picking up shopping
  • Posting mail
  • Urgent supplies
  • Collecting prescriptions from the Chemist
  • A friendly phone call

For more details please see the Godmanchester Timebank leaflet

If you are at home and shielding because of serious health or medical conditions and Cambridgeshire County Council have not been in touch, please visit there Coordination Hub page or call them on 0345 045 5219

Cambridgeshire County Council – Coronavirus information for residents regarding Council services


NHS Digital has published the shielded patients list (SPL) which is enabling partner organisations across government to support and protect those who need shielding at this time.

People who have not yet received a text or letter from NHS, can self-register (or register a family member) if they are extremely vulnerable and think they should be on the NHS Shielded Patient list

People who believe they have been included in error on the list can ignore the communication provided they have checked the list of identified conditions does not apply to them, and may wish to contact their GP or clinical specialist for advice


Godmanchester Covid-19 Mutual Aid Group Facebook Page and search for Godmanchester Covid-19 Mutual Aid Group

Action Fraud are warning the public of potential scams and fraud


Stay Home, Protect the NHS, Save Lives – up-to-date advice from Public Health England