The following High Street businesses are offering these additional services:
Bovingdon Village Stores Tel: 07956 871322
Free delivery in the village of food or other essentials for any elderly person concerned about the virus or for anyone who does not wish to leave their home at this time. Please contact Kalai.
Co-Op Tel: (01442) 833273
Free home deliveries. Cash can be paid at the door.
Manor Pharmacy Tel: (01442) 832127
Home deliveries of medications for the over 70s on Monday and Friday am
Meat Hook Tel: 07796 690287
Free delivery service in the local area for elderly customers or those customers who are self isolating. Please ring or text Guy for more information.
R A Fyfe Tel: (01442) 833492
Free home deliveries. Please contact directly for more information.
Bovingdon Community Library
The community library is closed until further notice. Our next update will be Wednesday.
Books can be returned through the letter box to the right of the front doors. No items will be due back during this period, all loans will be extended.
Repeat prescription requests can either be ordered by sending an email to email@example.com, via the website or via Manor Pharmacy. If you need medical assistance, please call the surgery. Please DO NOT attend the surgery.
Repeat prescription requests can either be ordered via the website, if you have registered online, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 01442 832903. If you need medical assistance, please call the surgery on 01442 833380. Please DO NOT attend the surgery.
Herts Help have been set up to co-ordinate the help being offered by volunteers across Hertfordshire. Please call them to request help either for yourself or on behalf of a Hertfordshire resident on 0300 123 4044.
Community Action Dacorum
Community Action Dacorum are co-ordinating support locally, which is then feeding into Herts Help. To contact them please call 01442 253935.
Team Herts Volunteering
For those wishing to volunteer their help, please visit the Team Herts website at www.thvolunteering.org.uk or call 01462 689409.