As the Coronavirus situation has become more serious, Bayle Residents Association has been taking steps to support our members
The health of our members is our biggest priority and we are closely following the advice of Public Health England and the World Health Organisation. General advice can be found on the NHS website, click here…
Like many other organisations, BRA will try to take decisions which balance the need to protect people and avoid spreading the virus even further, with the importance of maintaining day to day life. For the foreseeable future we will not be holding indoor BRA meetings or group events. Instead, we will focus our efforts on how we can all help to look out for each other as good neighbours.
If you are feeling worried or unwell
We are here to support each other and to listen to any suggestions regarding extra care for anyone who needs help. As a local community, we may be able to assist if you are struggling with shopping, for example.
If you think we might be able to help in any practical way – or you would simply like someone to talk to – please do not hesitate to call the number below.
You can reach us as usual by email or telephone: 01303 240432 (answerphone) or if you feel that it is urgent, you can contact the Chair, Jon O’Connor directly on his mobile: 07958 663458
The possibility of social isolation affecting your well-being is something we can help with.
This website has some useful information https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/coronavirus-and-your-wellbeing/.
Folkestone & Hythe District Council helpline and email
FHDC has set up a local dedicated COVID-19 helpline and email for residents. Email Covidfirstname.lastname@example.org or call 01303 761116 to:
- Find out about help and assistance available locally and get signposted to national support
- Offer to volunteer to become a community champion and support your community
- Feedback helpful information or concerns about your community or individuals
The helpline is open 9am – 5pm seven days a week.
Further details of FHDC’s coronavirus response is available on the council website here