Help reduce the spread of the coronavirus by following government guidance.
Our priority is to continue to provide essential council services while continuing to protect the health and wellbeing of our residents.
The current situation means we may have difficulties in handling your calls. If you do not need to speak to someone urgently, you can
apply, book, report and pay for lots of council services online.
Keep up-to-date on the latest services affected and event cancellations.
Latest guidance from the government. Includes testing, protecting yourself and others, symptoms, information in other languages and more.
How to get food parcels, ring our support helpline, access help if you’re vulnerable and more.
Guidance to help employers, employees and the self-employed understand how to work safely during the coronavirus pandemic.
Get all the latest information, including changes.
Read the latest blog from the council leader, councillor Allen Brett.
Apply for benefits, Council Tax help and more.
Get the latest guidance and advice about coronavirus for employers and businesses.
Domestic violence, mental health and guidance to help you look after the health of yourself and your family.
Sure Start children’s centres, what to do if a child is unwell or injured and more.
Learning from home, changes to schools, free school meals and more.
Ideas, suggestions and links to things which may help keep you occupied and entertained while at home.
Scams, warning signs and what to do.
The money raised by Action Together will go to local organisations who are providing vital help and support for vulnerable and older local residents.