Who are Leave No One Behind In Lymm?

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We are a group of local residents who have come together during a time where some people are finding it hard to access the help they need.

We would like to support the community that we live in and ensure that nobody is left isolated or without support. We don't ask for anything in return, we just believe in helping each other in a time of difficulty.

We are your local neighbourhood and not a professional body. We can only offer help within reason, and in ways we can also stay safe. If you need medical advice, use the NHS 111 online coronavirus service at http://nhs.uk/coronavirus, or if you have no internet access, call 111 from your landline or mobile phone. In a medical emergency please dial 999.

If you are self isolated or affected by Coronavirus and need help from the local volunteers with support such as the tasks below, then please contact your street champion. Every street in Lymm has at least one volunteer providing you with support. You will have received a postcard from them and a letter from our group. Please call them on the number they have provided to you, however if they are unavailable, or unable to help, or you wish to verify they are part of our team, then please call our central team on +44 7510 749854.

Some things that the volunteers can help you with

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Arranging deliveries

Many companies are now offering delivery services, but we know this might be new to you. Your street volunteer can help you to order online shopping or other delivery services.

Picking up essential shopping

If you are stuck for essentials and unable to get them yourself, your street volunteer can help you with this. Please do not hand over money before you receive the goods. Please try to limit purchases to under £20.

A friendly phone call

We understand that self isolating can be lonely and cause mental stresses. You are not alone. There are dozens of volunteers across the village who would love to talk to you about anything, from a bit of village gossip, to chatting about last night's TV.

Posting Mail

Do you need to post some mail but can't get out? Maybe you need some stamps. Your street volunteer can help you with this. Many schools in the village are setting up pen pal schemes too and we'd love to help you take part.

Urgent Supplies

Perhaps you have a prescription that you need to be picked up. Your street volunteer can help you, they can typically pick up prescriptions on your behalf. They may also be able to help you register online with your GP to get repeat prescriptions.

Topping up Gas or Electricity Meter

Let your street volunteer know if you need help with topping up your gas or electricity meter. Don't go without the essentials.

Emergency Dog Walking

Do you have a pet that isn't getting enough excercise and you are unable to get out? Ask your streer volunteer if they can help. They can put you in touch with professional Dog Walkers too, several of which are listed on our business services page.

Anything else?

If you need help with something else, then you can always ask, if its something essential and they can't help you, then call our central team on +44 7510 749854 and we'll see what we can do.

Contact Us

Call your Volunteer

Your volunteer's phone number will be on the postcard they gave you.

Call Us

+44 7510 749854