Coronavirus advice page

As from 19th July 2021 England is in stage four of the roadmap out of lockdown and you can find out more at the link below

Stage four of roadmap out of lockdown

This page aims to provide you with a summary of sources of guidance and support.  Also please be aware that regular updates will be made on the Little Waltham Parish Council Facebook page

Asymptomatic testing is now available for Chelmsford residents and you can book a test at the Central Baptist Church 

Provided you are entitled to a vaccine (depending on your age or health conditions) you can book your vaccine on the NHS website or by calling 119

Local Support

Little Waltham GP surgery - 30 Brook Hill, Little Waltham, Chelmsford CM3 3LL

Surgery: 01245 360253
Pharmacy: 01245 360678

You may be able to obtain assistance from the GP surgery social prescriber

In the event that you need assistance with travelling for an appointment for example to receive your vaccine you may be able to use Chelmsford Community Transport

The Channels Residents Association is offering advice and practical support not just to residents at Channels but in the wider Little Waltham Parish as well.

British Red Cross support – 0808 1963651 - as well as practical support they offer a befriending service and a hardship fund.

The Essex Coronavirus Action group is also offering support and has volunteering opportunities to help others as well

Essex Welfare Service: 0300 303 9988

Chelmsford CVS Community Helpline: 01245 280731

Other Support Agencies

Agencies that will refer to other sources of support

Financial support

If you are required to self isolate as a result of you or a household member testing positive for Coronavirus you may be entitled to receive a Test and Trace Support payment

Business support is administered by Chelmsford City Council