Based on goverment advice given on 23rd March 2020

The government have asked everyone to stay indoors and not mix with people. How then can I offer to do shopping and other essential tasks for people??

The government is asking people to stay at home apart from very limited circumstances, and helping a vulnerable person is one of those circumstances. 

We will be asking you to do a one off exercise of dropping leaflets through your streets door. Please do this in your once daily permitted walk and adhere strictly to the government guidelines of hand washing and social distancing. 

Do not knock at doors and expect people to reply - wait for them to call you on your phone when they have read the leaflets. 

You should now only be asked and only agree to help with essential tasks that mean you leave your house, and try to tie peoples needs together to keep your movements to a minimum

 - Shopping for basic necessities, for example food and medicine

 - collection of needed perceptions 

You will be operating as part of a coordinated effort to identify and help venerable people. You will be provided with an ID card and a number for people to contact if you are challenged. 

But even so you must 

Stay at home and 

 - only go outside for food, or health reasons or helping a vulnerable person with their essential food and health needs 

 - Stay 2 meters (6ft) away from other people

 - wash your hands before you leave and as soon as you get home

Full advice can be read here

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Name of Steet Champion

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Chris Moore

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Elaine Clare

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Helena Roberts

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Julie Worrall

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Martin Roberts

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Mrs Paula J Smethurst 

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Nicola Keeley

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Paula Smethurst 

Agden Lane

Irene Seaman

Arley End

Kirsty Matthews

Beechtree Farm Close

John Morris

Beechtree Lane

Lyn morris and Tony Morris

Boothbank Lane

Irene Seaman

Broadheys Lane

Sarah Wright

Candelan Way

Nigel Hennerley

Chollerton Close

Louise Allan

Crabtree Lane

Marie Jones

Crowley Lane - link with Swineyard

Lorraine Batchelor

Ditchfield Lane

Annie Cornwall Leigh

Egerton

Glyn Dutton

Egerton

Lindsey Neary

Fanners Lane

Marie Jones

Fanners Lane

Simon Lundy

Froghall Lane

Irene Seaman

Gleyve

Julie Rogers 

Gleyve

Sue Edwards 

Golborne Lane

Kate Thurlbeck

Halliwells Brow

Richard Cornwall-Legh

Heath Lane - link with Swineyard 

Lorraine Batchelor

Hobshill Lane

Michelle O'Connor

Holgrave Close

Jane Burke

Intack Lane

Sally-Ann & Ross Thomasson

Kay Lane

Lyn morris and Tony Morris

Kinderton Close

Marianne Dobson

Lime Tree Lane

Dianne Leigh

Mereside Road Bucklow Hill

Ruth

Mag Lane

Sarah Wright

Moss Brow Lane

Michelle O'Connor

Moss Lane

Michelle O'Connor

Moss Lane, Off Peacock Lane

Vicky Clark

Mowpen Brow

Marie Jones

North Drive

Chris Stanisstreet 

North Drive

Sally Harrison

Northwood Lane

Emma Langman and Ed Fish

Peacock Lane

Vicky Batt

Pheasant Walk

Emma Dunn

Pheasant Walk

Julie Rogers 

Reddy Lane 

Dianne Leigh

Rensherds Place

Carl Smethurst

Rensherds Place

Katie Graw 

Repton Close

Ali Al-Rawi

Robert Moffat

Jen Carter

Robert Moffat

Leanne and Steve Shaw

Rowley Bank Lane

Sam Woodhams

Shuldham Close

Nigel Hennerley

Somerville Close

David Price

Spurston Close

Nick Gerrard 

Surridge

Steve Ruddock 

Swineyard Lane

Karen Hirst

Swineyard Lane - buddy

Lorraine Batchelor

The Avenue

Anne Hampson

Thowler Lane

Steven Spencer

Ulviet Gate

Danny McNicholl

Ulviet Gate

Shivani Shah 

Venables Way

Howard Barlow

Venables Way

Katherine Morley

Warrington Road

Anne Hampson

West Hall Court

Gemma Thomas 

West Lane (North of M56)

Lyn Morris and Tony Morris

West Lane village hall to and including Copper Beeches

John Morris

Whitley Lane

Sam Woodhams

Whitson Close

Becky Brown

Withers Lane

Lorraine Batchelor

Woodlands Crescent

Ann Alderson

Woodlands Crescent

Jane Ansell 

Wrenshot Lane

Alan and Nicola Little

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