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Support available to residents of Newhall Parish

Wrenbury Together and Audlem & District Community Action have provided the following details:

We are providing support to local residents who may need help, are self-isolated or live alone and whose family, friends or neighbours are unable to help. For those needing support it is important that you, as well as distant family and friends, know you are getting it from people you know or trust.

Our services cover the areas of Wrenbury and its surrounding parishes and Audlem and its surrounding parishes. We are working together to cover the Newhall Parish area with the support of the Parish Council.

Our volunteers are all registered and checked and we are working closely with Cheshire East Council and Cheshire Community & Voluntary Services

We can help you with:

  • Prescription collections

  • Food Shopping

  • Post Office and posting letters

  • A friendly telephone chat

We want to support our local businesses and ensure their long term future within our community. We will be using local providers where we can, some of whom are offering home delivery services including hot meals.

If you don’t have anyone close by to help and are in need of assistance or are a carer who needs further support at this time, then please do contact:

Wrenbury Together

Julie Wynne

07802 429025 / 01270 780002


covering Wrenbury and surrounding areas including Wrenbury Stores & Post Office and GP Prescriptions

Audlem & District Community Action

07984 785907


Covering Audlem and surrounding areas including Audlem Coop, Boots Chemist, Post Office, Butchers and Lord Combermere Market

Thank you to all the volunteers who have already come forward to help us and our local communities– we have not needed to use them all yet – but we will be ready as and when services are required.

Thank you and please do get in touch if we can help    

If you need any other support services, you can also ring the following:

Cheshire East - People Helping People

Anyone who is currently isolated or feeling vulnerable - 0300 123 5034

New Cheshire NHS Mental Health Helpline - 0300 303 3972

Carers Support Hub 24 hours support - 0330 022 5448

Children and Young people

  • The National Autistic Society provides guidance for parents and young people.

  • Place2Be is a charity dedicated to improving children’s mental health and is helping parents answer questions from their children.

  • Young Minds provides ten tips from their parents’ helpline.

  • Carers UK has guidance specifically for carers 

  • Covibook is an interactive resource to support children aged seven and under.

Adult Social Care

Age UK has advice on how to look after yourself and loved ones including how to best support older people at this challenging time. 

Public Health England and Mencap have easy read information on Covid-19 for people with learning difficulties. 

Carers UK is providing Covid-19 guidance for people with caring responsibilities.

Open the Door - Domestic Abuse support

Contact Cheshire Police – 101 or 999 if immediate risk of harm

National Domestic Abuse 24 hour helpline - 0808 2000 247

Cheshire Homelessness and Housing options

Homeless/risk of homelessness contact 0300 123 5017 (option 1/2)

Dementia UK Support

Mon-Fri 9-9pm/Sat&Sun 9-5pm - 0800 888 6678

Samaritans - Any time day or night - 116 123

Nursing Homes - Please support your local nursing homes who would welcome you sending them letters, colourful pictures, postcards and painted and varnished rocks at this time.

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