Nottinghamshire Coronavirus Community Support Hub
The Nottinghamshire Coronavirus Community Support Hub brings together the many local volunteer groups offering help with those who are staying at home because of Coronavirus.
- request support, e.g. you may need help with getting food or medicines
- offer volunteer support if you are an individual, group or organisation
- find information and links to local and national initiatives, e.g. you may need help to withdraw cash or access benefits or support with your mental health and physical wellbeing.
If you are staying at home and don’t have the support of family and neighbours, there are local volunteer groups and services who can help you with:
- accessing food: food shopping and deliveries
- accessing medicine: collecting and delivering prescriptions from a pharmacy or supermarket
- dog walking: walking your dog(s) if you are unable to get out of the house
- befriending / social wellbeing: having a friendly chat over the phone, and providing updates on what is going on in your local area regarding COVID-19
- physical wellbeing: staying mobile and active, access virtual gym sessions, provide advice about health.
To find what services are being offered in your area, use the search below. You will need to answer the yes/no question before proceeding.
Please note that we do not endorse any of the organisations listed and that users should exercise usual caution.
If you have experienced any problems with any of the organisations or volunteers listed on the Community Hub, please complete our online form.
If you are a County resident without internet access then please phone 0300 500 8080 (open 8am to 6pm, Monday to Friday) and one of our customer advisors will be able to help you complete your support request.
If you are worried about your health or have Coronavirus symptoms check the NHS website.
Nottinghamshire County Council, Ashfield District Council, Bassetlaw District Council, Browtowe Borough Council, Gedling Borough Council, Mansfield District Council, Newark and Sherwood District Council and Rushcliffe Borough Council will continue to work together to help individuals and groups to provide support to those residents who need it, while meeting our own obligations with regard to providing support to everyone involved.