Care For Your Neighbours Available Help and Suppliers
There are many areas of support and this is our own summary
If you need medicines or samples, please contact West Essex Community Action Network Phone 03333408218.
Sainsburys offer a telephone ordering service for people who don’t have access to the internet and will deliver across Uttlesford. Call 0800 328 1700 (and press option 1) to register your details.
Dunmow Coop offer a delivery service, minimum order £25 for free delivery (otherwise there is a £3 charge) 01371 873287 This service is temporarily unavailable however they hope to reintroduce it soon.
Morrisons If you want a phone order from Morrisons: Call 0345 611 6111 and select option 5 to place your order.
Sainburys do offer deliveries for larger shops. If you're listed as an 'at risk' person, you can register yourself online www.gov.uk/coronavirus-extremely-vulnerable will then link to the supermarket's delivery system and puts you at the front of a queue for a delivery slot. If you are not in the “at risk” category you will find that there are now more available slots for you.
Asda www.asda.com On-line delivery charge depending what time you want it delivered. They do deliver to the Dunmow area.
Morrisons groceries.morrisons.com/webshop/startWebshop.do If you are self-isolating, please mention this in the Delivery Instructions section at checkout, or update the Delivery Instructions in your Address Book. They are happy to deliver to Dunmow
Other local options:
The Hub Farm shop have extensive selection of groceries www.thehubfarmshop.com they deliver on a Friday.
Steves Dairies 07932 714924
Dorringtons will take orders on 01371 874763 (collection only).
Frozen ready meals are available from:
Herts Meals provide meals on wheel service to south Uttlesford area 7 days a week £6.70 for 2 courses Tel: 01279 417087 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org You could also ask a friend or relative to book for you if you are unable to get online or we can offer some technical guidance.
CVSU can offer the following support:
A new free service for Uttlesford residents who need some help to stay safe at home.
Has a small team available to help residents feel safer in their homes, by undertaking tasks such as installing key safes for secure carer access, handrails and making sure steps at entrances are level and safe and sorting out an over grown garden.
Safer at Home cvsu.org.uk/communities/safer-at-home
Computer Skills. www.learnmyway.com
Help with animals:
We wish you all the best throughout this time. We don’t want anyone to feel trapped in their home and unable to get food or medication, and please know that there are many services to support you.