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Coronavirus (Covid-19): service updates, support and health advice

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Search this community support directory for groups that provide local help and support, such as shopping and prescription collection.

To access information on financial support, including benefits, help with council tax, Test and Trace Support Payment and redundancy, visit our financial support for residents page.

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Community support groups in South Gloucestershire

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Kingswood Community Transport

Community Transport organisation providing a service for essential travel, to the shops and for medical appointments.

Offers: essential travel


Telephone: 07872583307


Social media: KingswoodCommunityTransport facebook page

Kington vs Covid-19

Informal group of neighbours in the hamlet of Kington, Oldbury-on-Severn parish.

Offers: dog walking, phone chats, prescription collection, shopping for groceries

Telephone: 01454411907


Krunch South West

Krunch South West offers support and positive activities for all young people through virtual youth clubs, one to one mentoring, delivering creative packs and detached work.

Offers: support for young people


Telephone: 07735405175


Social media: Krunch SW facebook page

Littleton Helping Hands

A support system for all vulnerable people in Littleton-upon-Severn. Everyone in the village has been contacted. There is a WhatsApp Group and a team of volunteers willing to help.

Offers: prescription collection, shopping for groceries

Telephone: 07887656041


Lyde Green Community Association

Lyde Green Community Association (LGCA) is working with the local Emersons & Lyde Green Facebook Group to offer practical and emotional support at this time. They are also supporting the community through a virtual timetable of Centre events; posting and sharing information about what is happening locally. Volunteers welcome.

Offers: dog walking, phone chats, prescription collection, shopping for groceries

Contact person: Helen Crew and Bella Thompson


Telephone: 0117 9570410


Social media: Lyde Green Community Association

Mamas Bristol

Mamas Bristol is a South Glos and Bristol online Community Group who enable the swapping and giving away of family items for free. We aim to reduce the cost of family living, reduce waste and reduce isolation. We also have relationships with charities and support networks that we can direct individuals to.

Offers: food (parcels; foodbank; cooked meals), phone chats

Telephone: 07464015762


Social media: Mama's Community Aid facebook page

Mangotsfield COVID 19 Community Group

A small group of  trusted volunteers to support those in need in the Mangotsfield community and nearby surrounding areas.

Offers: dog walking, phone chats, prescription collection, shopping for groceries

Telephone: 07507168700


Social media: Mangotsfield COVID 19 Community facebook page

Marshfield Community Centre

A group of volunteers from Marshfield Community Centre and Community Library, offering books, jigsaws, practical support and phone chats for those who are lonely.

Offers: phone chats, prescription collection, shopping for groceries

Telephone: 07513106206


Marshfield Covid 19 Isolation Volunteers

A group of volunteers for Marshfield and the surrounding area, supporting neighbours in isolation.

Offers: volunteering opportunities/community support

Telephone: 07772386390


Social media: Marshfield Covid 19 Isolation Volunteers facebook group

North Bristol Advice Centre

Registered charity providing specialist welfare benefits and debt advice to the communities of North Bristol and South Gloucestershire. NBAC aims to promote social justice and combat poverty by providing free and independent advice and support that enables people to develop skills, improve wellbeing and make positive changes in their lives and communities. In order to keep staff and clients safe, NBAC is now offering telephone advice only for debt and welfare rights.

Offers: welfare benefits and debt advice


Telephone: 07731842763


Social media: North Bristol Facebook page

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