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Mental Wellbeing

Dear Life has been created by partners across the county to help residents find the tools to maintain and improve their wellbeing and the wellbeing of others. The website offers a wealth of information about where to get help in a crisis, advice on how to maintain good mental health and ways to support others …

Stay Safe

Community Volunteers are delivering an informational card to all Snitterfield residents, encouraging them to contact us if they need help to “stay safe” during this difficult winter. Warwickshire County Council have asked local Councils and community groups to share the following important information about support for vulnerable people. Free Vitamin D for CEV Residents Adults …

Warwickshire Recycling Centres Opening Times

All sites will be shut on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day. The smaller sites of Cherry Orchard in Kenilworth, Shipston and Wellesbourne will also be shut on Monday 27th December. It is necessary to pre-book to visit any Warwickshire recycling centre.Opening hours are 9:30 to 3pm weekdays and 8:30 to 4pm weekends …

Booklet with Help and Advice from WCC

Let’s do the right thing for Warwickshire is an 8 page booklet with help and advice to stay safe, stay well and stay connected. It has been delivered to every resident in the county. Download the booklet from Warwickshire County Council for help in reducing energy bills, home safety, avoiding scams maintaining physical and mental …

Letter from Snitterfield Parish Council

Community volunteers delivered a letter from the Clerk to Snitterfield Parish Council, Nicola Everall, with information and guidance regarding COVID-19. Snitterfield Community Volunteers are now ready to help Snitterfield residents in any way we can. Our Community Phone Line is open from 9am – 5pm, 7 days/week. Letter available to download below.