Guide East Devon parishes: villages and rural areas

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1. Alfington

Ottery Community Volunteers / Ottery Help Scheme

To get help

  • People in the Ottery locality who are self-isolating, might need some support, or would like to be in contact with others in a similar situation during the Covid19 pandemic, please register with the Ottery Volunteers Group using this form or call 01404 600013. 
  • For people who are already registered with Ottery Help Scheme, please continue to link in with them on 01404 813041 or email info@otteryhelpscheme.org.uk
  • Older people who are vulnerable, for example those with long term health conditions such as dementia, physical mobility issues etc. should get in touch with Ottery Help Scheme instead on 01404 813041 or info@otteryhelpscheme.org.uk

Also join the Ottery Community Volunteers Facebook page

Random Kitchen

Ottery St Mary Town Council have linked with Random Kitchen to provide free meals to vulnerable people 7 days a week. They must have a microwave and a freezer. They deliver 3 days of meals at a time. Call 07980 922696.

Ottery St Mary Foodbank

The food bank is a local store of non-perishable food operated by Churches Together in Ottery in conjunction with Honiton Community Church.  Food is made available to those who are in ‘food crisis’.  That is, they have no food and no money with which to buy food. They do not supply food on direct request from the public, you'd need to get a referral from local agencies. For a referral you can contact East Devon District Council on 01395 571770.

 

This information is a work in progress and is going to be updated as it changes or new information is received. If you’re aware of anything that needs updating, adding or changing please email covid.community@eastdevon.gov.uk

Disclaimer: We have not been able to undertake safeguard checks on all community / voluntary groups. 

When this content has been updated

Last updated 13 April 2020