If you do not already have help in place, please contact us.
We have volunteers in Chipping Campden who can collect prescriptions and offer other help including a listening service if you would just like a chat or have any queries.
If you are aware of anyone who might not know about the Support Hub, please contact them and give them our contact details.
If you live in any of the following areas, please contact them for volunteer help. Otherwise contact the Hub using the eMail link below or by telephoning us.
Helping people in Aston Road, Grevel Lane, The Bratches, Kingcombe Lane (Campden Yurts) and the Paul's Pike Cottages.
Essential supplies for those in need. If you’re vulnerable, aged 70 and over and/or experiencing symptoms, get your essential groceries and prescriptions delivered free of charge from a group of local volunteers.
Voluntary group aimed at supporting the Bretforton community in any way possible during this difficult time. Organisations and groups represented on our committee include Bretforton Parish Council, Bretforton Community shop, Bretforton Social Club, St Leonard’s Church, Bretforton Pre-School group, Bretforton Sports Club, Bretforton Village School and the Fleece Inn, along with other groups within the community
Broad Campden has a village email list and information updates are circulated. Many neighbours help each other. Some extra people have already volunteered to fetch shopping and prescriptions. Gillian Carr is co-ordinating the Broad Campden area group from Lamb Cottage.
The group comprises some 25 people who have offered to assist in any way they can. With a reasonably wide range of contacts for a relatively small community they expect to be able to handle a wide variety of support requests.
Will keep in touch, offer or seek help, inform and entertain. Have started a WhatsApp group, "Park Road CV Self Help Group".
Our team of volunteers can help you, in the first instance, by collecting shopping and prescriptions. We have over 70 volunteers ready and willing to help, so your request will be absolutely no trouble. Other services will be offered as we develop our response and network of volunteers.
Neighbourhood Watch is a grassroots charitable movement. It is the largest crime prevention voluntary movement in England and Wales and has upwards of 2.3 million members. Schemes are run by volunteers across England and Wales supported by volunteer Associations, and by Neighbourhood Watch Network, the national umbrella organisation for the movement.
The following schemes exist in Campden: Back Ends, Grevel Lane, Park Road, Pear Tree Close, Wolds End Close. Do join one of these or start one in your part of Campden.