Cheshire East has information about how it can help during this time, and links to information about how coronavirus has affected services.
How to register yourself or someone else as an extremely vulnerable person.
Note: you can now get an isolation note by email to provide evidence to your employer that you are self-isolating via NHS 111.
Congleton Town Council have set up a helpline for local residents who do not have access to the internet. It is for anyone not online and who needs to pick up the phone and hear a friendly voice. Call handlers have been trained in safeguarding and there is a system in place for logging requests for shopping and deliveries and matching them with volunteers that can help. All key community groups and centres are involved. Call handlers can provide contact/support lines for any type of social crisis, family care, carers, virtual church services and bereavement services. Call 01260 541815
There is help available in your local community. Please contact someone local if you need help because you are self-isolating, in quarantine, or feel ill and have nobody to help – see below.
Neighbours have offered to be available in case of need—for instance, how to collect a prescription, or maybe just for a chat.
|School Lane||Sue Webborn||07527 339352|
|Oak View 1 – 7||Barrie Nolan||01260 224076|
|Oak View 8 – 15||Alison Hall||07827 323136|
|Oak Lane 1 – 10||John Percival||01260 224275|
|Bunce & Oak Lanes||John Rylands||07976 361018|
|Cocksmoss Lane||Darren Cooke||07946 883536|
|A34 South||Sharon Hussey||07970 775430|
|A34 North||James Barlow||07919 020251|
|Davenport & Hodgehill Lanes||Barbara Worth||01260 224373|
|Marton Hall & Messuage Lanes||Mike Rutherford||07850 350666|
Not in Marton? Please check out our neighbours…
Age UK has help available in Cheshire for older people.
If you would like to help locally, please contact someone via one of these networks, or via the Marton Village Facebook page.
- you could ask for help or offer to help via the Cheshire East page
- you could sign up as a Red Cross community reserve volunteer or as an NHS volunteer responder
- NHS blood stocks are critically low because people have stopped donating. Could you give blood?
Please visit the Contact Us page to find contact details for various people (councillors and the vicar) and a contact form so you can send a message if you choose.