We understand that for those of you who are self-isolating some of you may need support and information sources as we get through this difficult time.  

We will try to provide links with relevant information relating to the Coronavirus from external organisations, see below.

  • Information from Walsall Council on support with household bills to Walsall Residents Walsall Council - Help and support for Walsall Residents
  • Hotline Cars are delivering bags of essential supplies to elderly and vulnerable people in Streetly, Aldridge, Pheasey, Kingstanding and Sutton Coldfield due to the Coronavirus.  Anyone in the area needing food parcels can contact Hotline Cars on 0121 353 2121.
  • Walsall star neighbour - Steve Large has access to a vehicle and is happy to go to shops or provide lifts for any vulnerable or elderly neighbours in his area.  Steve can be contacted at [email protected] 07796 386698.

  • Guidance from charity Mind on how to maintain your wellbeing during Coronavirus  Coronavirus and your wellbeing

  • Guidance from Public Health England on shielding and protecting extremely vulnerable people Guidance on shielding

  • Making Connections Walsall are providing help to Walsall residents with shopping, prescriptions, food parcels, financial help & befriending calls. If you need help e-mail
    [email protected] or call 0121 380 6690 

  • Information page for people with heart and circulatory conditions: Coronavirus BHF Advice 

  • Information page from Thrive giving guidance on gardening with stroke or heart disease Thrive Gardening Advice
  • Wheats Garden Centre are offering a local delivery service for garden essentials and equipment covering the local area postcodes B73,B74,B75, WS4,WS5,WS9, WS14. Contactless delivery only, in accordance with distancing instructions. (they are unable to carry goods into houses or gardens at the moment.) - Call  0121 353 7123. 
  • Advice from West Midlands Police about online safety during this uncertain time visit Get Safe Online
  • Poster from Neighbourhood alert to stop cold callers during Coronavirus  https://assets.neighbourhoodalert.co.uk/images/site_images/58859_No_cold_callers_poster_New_2020.pdf
  • Public Health England have launched a new campaign to support people to manage their mental wellbeing during this difficult time Every Mind Matters self-care resources