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Reed Village
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Coronavirus support

How we can support each other

How can parishioners in Reed keep in touch, look out for each other and get assistance, if needed, over the coming months? Reed is renowned for its strong community spirit and it is very important that we know that the village, as well as friends and family, are there to help. Below are details of how you can obtain support by phone, email or social networks. Details of some of these support mechanisms have already been set out in a leaflet delivered to all Reed households. You can download the leaflet here. More information will be added when it becomes available. Call a Parish Councillor on 01763 877590 Contact the Parish Council by email at contact@reedparishcouncil.co.uk And a village support group has set up WhatsApp and Facebook groups which will enable you to keep in touch, ask for assistance or offer help. If you would like to offer help and support to others, please let us know.

What help and support might look like:

Making sure you have the food and medicine you require Getting you to hospital and doctors’ appointments Collecting your books from the library Collecting a parcel for you Having a friendly person to chat with

Reed Coronavirus Support Group

A private Facebook group to facilitate support and communication within the Reed community and those with a connection with Reed over the coming weeks. To join 1. Visit Reed Coronavirus Support Group when you’re logged into Facebook. (Or search in Facebook for “Reed Support Group” - omitting “coronavirus”). 2. Click the "Join Group" button in the group's main menu to send a request to join the group. The page will ask you to answer a simple question about your connections to Reed - we want to keep it a local, community page. 3. Check your notifications. Once a moderator of approves your membership, Facebook sends you a notification of the approval and group posts immediately begin to appear in your news feed. The above groups complement the public Reed Village Facebook page and, of course, this website.

Online village events

Village volunteers are hosting some online events using Zoom, the videoconferencing platform. Please follow Facebook or WhatsApp for information about the latest events, including the links you will need to join the event. The events will be secure and carefully moderated by the hosts. You can take part from a computer or laptop (provided it has a webcam and microphone), smartphone or tablet. Here’s how to join. From a PC, just follow the meeting link. If you have not used Zoom before it will ask you to install a small programme called the Zoom client. Once it’s installed you can just follow the prompts to enter the meeting. From a phone or tablet, you should use the dedicated Zoom apps. Click on the relevant link below from your phone or tablet. If you need further help feel free to contact the webmaster.
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Reed Covid19 Support WhatsApp Group

This group is for Reed villagers and people with a connection to the village to seek and offer support during the COVID-19 crisis. You can join by sending a text to 07909 524986
© Reed Parish Council 2020 Website Accessibility Statement
Reed Village
The website of Reed Parish Council

What help and support might look like:

Making sure you have the food and medicine you require Getting you to hospital and doctors’ appointments Collecting your books from the library Collecting a parcel for you Having a friendly person to chat with
Reed Covid19 Support WhatsApp Group This group is for Reed villagers and people with a connection to the village to seek and offer support during the COVID-19 crisis.  You can join by sending a text to  07909 524986

Reed Coronavirus Support

Group

A private Facebook group to facilitate support and communication within the Reed community and those with a connection with Reed over the coming weeks. To join 1. Visit Reed Coronavirus Support Group when you’re logged into Facebook. (Or search in Facebook for “Reed Support Group” - omitting “coronavirus”). 2. Click the "Join Group" button in the group's main menu to send a request to join the group. The page will ask you to answer a simple question about your connections to Reed - we want to keep it a local, community page. 3. Check your notifications. Once a moderator of approves your membership, Facebook sends you a notification of the approval and group posts immediately begin to appear in your news feed. The above groups complement the public Reed Village Facebook page and, of course, this website.

Coronavirus

support

How we can support each other

How can parishioners in Reed keep in touch, look out for each other and get assistance, if needed, over the coming months? Reed is renowned for its strong community spirit and it is very important that we know that the village, as well as friends and family, are there to help. Below are details of how you can obtain support by phone, email or social networks. Details of some of these support mechanisms have already been set out in a leaflet delivered to all Reed households. You can download the leaflet here. More information will be added when it becomes available. Call a Parish Councillor on 01763 877590 Contact the Parish Council by email at contact@reedparishcouncil.co.uk And a village support group has set up WhatsApp and Facebook groups which will enable you to keep in touch, ask for assistance or offer help. If you would like to offer help and support to others, please let us know.

Online village events

Village volunteers are hosting some online events using Zoom, the videoconferencing platform. Please follow Facebook or WhatsApp for information about the latest events, including the links you will need to join the event. The events will be secure and carefully moderated by the hosts. You can take part from a computer or laptop (provided it has a webcam and microphone), smartphone or tablet. Here’s how to join. From a PC, just follow the meeting link. If you have not used Zoom before it will ask you to install a small programme called the Zoom client. Once it’s installed you can just follow the prompts to enter the meeting. From a phone or tablet, you should use the dedicated Zoom apps. Click on the relevant link below from your phone or tablet. If you need further help feel free to contact the webmaster.