WORCESTERSHIRE people have been sending us information about what they are doing to offer help in their community during the coronavirus crisis.

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Details (and a picture if you have one) of what you or your organisation is doing to help people in your community during the coronavirus crisis

Hi this is my Dad, a Bewdley Man Malcolm Plant who works as a delivery driver for the Co-operative Pharmacy in Stourport delivering medication. He falls under the category of self isolating due to his own underlying health conditions, but he will not let down his colleagues at the co-op pharmacy or the patients on his rounds to providing this service to our locals in need of medication deliveries. Despite his own families concerns for his vulnerability due to his own age and health in this difficult time, his dedication and sense of loyalties, to the needs of the individuals they provide a service to, spur him on to keep playing his part in ensuring this job is well done. He sent this lighthearted picture to his daughter and partner to ease their worries that he is protecting himself and being mindful to all possible risks on his own well being. Mean while the team back at dispensary have also been extra busy and putting in their best efforts to get peoples medication to them, the phone has been non stop and all the team have done their upmost best to deliver patients prescriptions to them. My dad often comes home with a story of how a patient has said it cheers their day to see him for the brief time he delivers their meds he always tries to deliver a bit of cheer to those in need of it, and this is certainly a time in need of a bit of that.

Hi this is my Dad, a Bewdley Man Malcolm Plant who works as a delivery driver for the Co-operative Pharmacy in Stourport delivering medication. He falls under the category of self isolating due to his own underlying health conditions, but he will not let down his colleagues at the co-op pharmacy or the patients on his rounds to providing this service to our locals in need of medication deliveries. 
Despite his own families concerns for his vulnerability due to his own age and health in this difficult time, his dedication and sense of loyalties, to the needs of the individuals they provide a service to, spur him on to keep playing his part in ensuring this job is well done. 
He sent this lighthearted picture to his daughter and partner to ease their worries that he is protecting himself and being mindful to all possible risks on his own well being. Mean while the team back at dispensary have also been extra busy and putting in their best efforts to get peoples medication to them, the phone has been non stop and all the team have done their upmost best to deliver patients prescriptions to them. 
My dad often comes home with a story of how a patient has said it cheers their day to see him for the brief time he delivers their meds he always tries to deliver a bit of cheer to those in need of it,  and this is certainly a time in need of a bit of that.
Zoe Plant
Hi this is my Dad, a Bewdley Man Malcolm Plant who works as a delivery driver for the Co-operative Pharmacy in Stourport delivering medication. He falls under the category of self isolating due to his own underlying health conditions, but he will not let down his colleagues at the co-op pharmacy or the patients on his rounds to providing this service to our locals in need of medication deliveries. 
Despite his own families concerns for his vulnerability due to his own age and health in this difficult time, his dedication and sense of loyalties, to the needs of the individuals they provide a service to, spur him on to keep playing his part in ensuring this job is well done. 
He sent this lighthearted picture to his daughter and partner to ease their worries that he is protecting himself and being mindful to all possible risks on his own well being. Mean while the team back at dispensary have also been extra busy and putting in their best efforts to get peoples medication to them, the phone has been non stop and all the team have done their upmost best to deliver patients prescriptions to them. 
My dad often comes home with a story of how a patient has said it cheers their day to see him for the brief time he delivers their meds he always tries to deliver a bit of cheer to those in need of it,  and this is certainly a time in need of a bit of that.
Zoe Plant
Hi this is my Dad, a Bewdley Man Malcolm Plant who works as a delivery driver for the Co-operative Pharmacy in Stourport delivering medication. He falls under the category of self isolating due to his own underlying health conditions, but he will not let down his colleagues at the co-op pharmacy or the patients on his rounds to providing this service to our locals in need of medication deliveries. 
Despite his own families concerns for his vulnerability due to his own age and health in this difficult time, his dedication and sense of loyalties, to the needs of the individuals they provide a service to, spur him on to keep playing his part in ensuring this job is well done. 
He sent this lighthearted picture to his daughter and partner to ease their worries that he is protecting himself and being mindful to all possible risks on his own well being. Mean while the team back at dispensary have also been extra busy and putting in their best efforts to get peoples medication to them, the phone has been non stop and all the team have done their upmost best to deliver patients prescriptions to them. 
My dad often comes home with a story of how a patient has said it cheers their day to see him for the brief time he delivers their meds he always tries to deliver a bit of cheer to those in need of it,  and this is certainly a time in need of a bit of that.
Zoe Plant
Hi this is my Dad, a Bewdley Man Malcolm Plant who works as a delivery driver for the Co-operative Pharmacy in Stourport delivering medication. He falls under the category of self isolating due to his own underlying health conditions, but he will not let down his colleagues at the co-op pharmacy or the patients on his rounds to providing this service to our locals in need of medication deliveries. 
Despite his own families concerns for his vulnerability due to his own age and health in this difficult time, his dedication and sense of loyalties, to the needs of the individuals they provide a service to, spur him on to keep playing his part in ensuring this job is well done. 
He sent this lighthearted picture to his daughter and partner to ease their worries that he is protecting himself and being mindful to all possible risks on his own well being. Mean while the team back at dispensary have also been extra busy and putting in their best efforts to get peoples medication to them, the phone has been non stop and all the team have done their upmost best to deliver patients prescriptions to them. 
My dad often comes home with a story of how a patient has said it cheers their day to see him for the brief time he delivers their meds he always tries to deliver a bit of cheer to those in need of it,  and this is certainly a time in need of a bit of that.
Zoe Plant

Redditch Conservatives has set up a dedicated web page with signposting links and information in addition to a local hotline staffed by volunteers. We are setting aside politics and working with other local parties in the best interests of our citizens. We are also looking to launch a Book Exchange. https://www.redditchconservatives.org.uk/coronavirus/

Mike Rouse

Myself and Jane and Hayley are going out this morning on the westlands delivering to the elderly that are in short supply

Myself and Jane and Hayley are going out this morning on the westlands delivering to the elderly that are in short supply
Claire Walker

Bewdley COVID 19 (Coronavirus) Support Group This is a local group set up to provide support for those who are self-isolating or concerned about leaving their homes. Run by Bewdley residents, it offers help with things like obtaining urgent supplies and groceries, collecting medicine, and sending post. If people are feeling isolated and need someone to talk to, a friendly phone call is on offer too. Leaflets are being distributed with a form for people to fill in if they need support. There’s also a Facebook group where people can post a request, or volunteer to help. https://www.facebook.com/groups/233427034477240/?ref= or search for Bewdley COVID 19 (Coronavirus) Support Group. For further information, contact Corinne Bailey (07533 185734) or Helen Mosley (07813 321 304).

Bewdley COVID 19 (Coronavirus) Support Group

This is a local group set up to provide support for those who are self-isolating or concerned about leaving their homes. Run by Bewdley residents, it offers help with things like obtaining urgent supplies and groceries, collecting medicine, and sending post. If people are feeling isolated and need someone to talk to, a friendly phone call is on offer too. 

Leaflets are being distributed with a form for people to fill in if they need support. There’s also a Facebook group where people can post a request, or volunteer to help. 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/233427034477240/?ref=  or search for Bewdley COVID 19 (Coronavirus) Support Group. For further information, contact Corinne Bailey (07533 185734) or Helen Mosley (07813 321 304).
Corinne Bailey

Myself and Jane and Hayley have teamed up to get donations of any kind to deliver to the elderly around westlands estate We all have been to many shops to collect item as well have no photos at present but will later on

Claire Walker