The Chairman and members of Uplyme Parish Council wish to express their sincere condolences to Her Majesty the Queen and members of the Royal Family following the death of Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh.
Public health advice from Government is updated daily to ensure everyone is kept informed on how to keep themselves and their loved ones safe during this Covid-19 outbreak. Many in our community are already self-isolating due to Coronavirus, suspected Coronavirus, age, or underlying health conditions; and this number is set to increase.
In response to the challenges that self-isolation brings, Uplyme Parish Council along with Community Volunteers are coordinating the Uplyme Village Network – Coronavirus project (UVN-C)
The aim of the UVN-C project is to ‘buddy up’ community Volunteers with residents who would like additional support during this time, whether that is shopping, collecting prescriptions, or appointments, phone advice or simply the comfort of knowing someone is available should you need anything.
The Parish Council will ensure that the Uplyme Village Network – Coronavirus project is conducted in strict adherence to up-to-date public health guidance via Policy and is also compliant with data protection law.
Anyone able and willing to volunteer for the Uplyme Village Network – Coronavirus project in the Uplyme Parish area is asked to contact the project as below for registration.
If you would like to receive support via the Uplyme Village Network – Coronavirus project, or know anyone who might, please contact the project as below.
Phone: 07413 947067
Paper Request Form: available at Uplyme Garage Post Office, Lyme Rd, Uplyme, Lyme Regis DT7 3UY.
The Parish Council is humbled at the willingness of those wishing to help at this time.
Please note: do not share or publish your personal contact details in the public domain.