Updated advice on coronavirus (Covid-19)

As information is forthcoming we will update this site using separate pages for specific local matters.  Government, Hampshire County Council and B&DBC provide regular updates on their websites.  We will not repeat them.  Please use the links below to their sites:

 

Given the new strains of Covid-19 and the rising levels of infection:

New advice can be found at: 

Hampshire County Council and health partners continue to keep a close watch on the development of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak – with processes in place to respond if, and when required. For further information, read the most up-to-date information and advice on Hampshire County Council's website: 

Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council's latest information:

NHS.  For information on the symptoms and steps to take, go to: 

                                                       provides links to a lot of useful information to help you stay independent for longer and connected to your local community.

 

Burghclere Parish Council is in touch with various local organisations:

Women’s Institute, Neighbourcare, Good Neighbour Network, Age Concern, Sports Club, Burghclere and Newtown Horticultural Society, the Church of Ascension, PCC and Community Café, and the clergy and staff of St Michael's School, all of whom have extensive links into the local community.

An Information Exchange Hub has been established to exchange messages, advice and best practice between all these groups and their memberships.  If you wish to volunteer to help, please contact one of these groups or the Parish Clerk on burghclerepc@gmail.com.

The Parish Council stands ready to facilitate and signpost assistance where needed during this phase and will update its position according to changes to the situation.

We encourage parishioners to look out for those who are most at risk and vulnerable.  Where help is needed please contact your neighbours/family or friends, any of the organisations listed, national charities such as the Samaritans, or ourselves.

Other helpful advice can be found at the