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Ready for any emergency
Purchased with help of a grant from Warkwickshire County Council, Little Wolford now has an Emergency grab bag. When the Wolfords Village Hall reopens, this will be stored there, ready for use in the event of a community emergency such as flood or fire. Items in the kit include rain ponchos, foil blankets, a small first aid kit, a wind-up radio, head torch and hazard tape. There is also bottled water and sandbags. Little Wolford Parish Meeting has prepared an Emergency Plan, with key contacts and info on how to activate this laminated in the emergency bag.
Temporary path closure
The unsafe condition of the footbridge across Nethercote Brook between Little Wolford and Red Barn has forced Warwickshire County Council to issue closure notices for the footpath. Notices have been displayed to inform walkers. Unfortunately there is no alternative route for this path. Grid References: SP 25845 35949
Calling all phone buddies!
A new scheme to help reduce the feeling of being isolated as people stay in their homes has been set up for Little Wolford. Anyone requesting the free service will receive a weekly call (minimum) from a volunteer ‘buddy’ who also lives in the village. If you enjoy chatting and would like to become a ‘buddy’ or be paired with one, please drop Helen an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Residents rally around in wake of COVID-19 virus
Every house in Little Wolford received a flier this week offering support for those isolated in their own homes as a result of government measures to control the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). Many households came forward to offer help to others in the village with neighbourly tasks such as going shopping or walking a dog. To offer your support or request help, please email Helen at email@example.com
Christmas tree decorates village green
This Christmas tree on the Green received its annual decorations by local villagers this weekend. Thanks go to those who offered baubels and tinsel.