Sign Up for a Buddy!

Do you live in Carlton, or one of the nearby villages.  Could you do with some help at the moment?  Maybe you are self-isolating and need your prescriptions collecting? Maybe it would help to have someone pick up some shopping for you? Or even bring round some books.

We will not need to come into your house and can call round when convenient for you. The most important thing is your health and well-being.

If so, all you need to do is sign up with CVN.  We are a dedicated group of local volunteers who can pair you up with a "Buddy".  They will keep in regular contact with you to see if you need anything.  You can contact us by phone, email or use the contact form and we will register you as soon as possible.

 

You can call the number 07562 267815 or email:

info@carltonvillagesnetwork.co.uk

or click here to fill in the Contact Form

Doctors' Surgery Times

 

Beech Tree Surgery:  

Website: Beech Tree

Tel: 01757 703933

Opening hours:

Mon      8am - 11.30am and 2.30pm - 6pm

Tues      8am - 11.30am and 2.30am - 6pm

Weds    8am - 11.30am 

              Urgent collections only 2.30pm – 8pm

Thurs    8am -11.30am 

              Urgent collections only 2.30pm – 8pm

Friday   8am - 12 noon

The Marshes, Snaith and Rawcliffe: 

Website: The Marshes

Tel: 01405 863190

Opening hours:

Mon      8.00am - 8.30pm

              (6 - 8.30pm pre-booked appointments)

Tues      8.00am - 6.00pm

Weds    7.40am - 6.00pm

Thurs    8.00am - 8.30pm

Fri         7.00am - 6.00pm

Support Contacts

If people have queries or concerns, about a vulnerable member of the community please contact NYCC’s Customer Service Centre on 01609 780 780, Monday – Friday, 8:00am to 5:30pm, or go online to find out about online services:  

NYCC Customer Service Centre.

National helplines, email, text and live chat support services, and local specialist services are currently open for business as usual, although their delivery is likely to have to adapt over the coming weeks.

NHS Advice and Mental Health Support  >>

Advice for self-isolating: NHS Self-isolating Advice

Every Mind Matters resource: Mind Matters

Mind Space: Mind Space 

Headspace: Headspace App

Samaritans: Samaritans Coronavirus Support

Farming Community Network: Farming Community Network

NHS Advice: NHS Coronavirus Support

 

Crime Prevention and Emergency Numbers >>

 

Useful video by Age UK: Age UK Fraud Advice

Police Fraud Website: Police - Action Fraud

If you’ve been a victim of crime: Victim Support.

 

Victim Support - 0808 168 9111

Emergency Services - 999

Police non-emergency number - 101

Childline - 0800 111                           

Crimestoppers - 0800 555 1111

Floodline - 0345 988 1188

Gas Emergency Number - 0800 111999

Domestic Violence >>

If you are a victim of domestic violence go to Women's Aid Helpline - Coronavirus 

 

The explains The Silent Solution system - the system for victims of domestic abuse who might be afraid of further danger and escalation of harm if they are overheard when calling 999 in an emergency - The Silent Solution.

When somebody calls 999, an operator will ask which emergency service is required. If you are not able to ask for help, your call will be forwarded to a police system and you will hear an automated message.

If 55 is pressed by the caller, the system will detect this. The operator will then transfer the call to the relevant police force as an emergency.

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