Windsor & Maidenhead at risk of second lockdown

Windsor and Maidenhead are amongst 36 places believed to be at risk of a second lockdown, following Leicester, because of rising incidences of coronavirus. See https://news.sky.com/story/coronavirus-bradford-and-london-boroughs-among-36-at-risk-areas-that-could-be-just-days-away-from-local-lockdowns-12018594 Lets all be very sensible, follow the advice, stay 2m apart, wear face masks in public areas and protect our vulnerable and elderly. We are all bored and fed… Continue reading Windsor & Maidenhead at risk of second lockdown

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Covid-19 Gingers under the hammer

During lockdown Benta Hickley has been hard at work: not content to turn her considerable talents to the production of facemasks, which were given to frontline stalwarts, such as Aran and his team in the post office, she also started stitch-doodling – (Sorry, I’m pretty sure I made that word up!) creating little “Gingerbread” men… Continue reading Covid-19 Gingers under the hammer

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CLOSURE OF FOOD CUPBOARD AT ST MICHAEL’S CHURCH HORTON

Unfortunately because of the risk of infection our Food Cupboard is now temporarily closed until restrictions are lifted. • People who need food should contact Wraysbury Voluntary Care who will arrange to deliver it: telephone 01784 482515. • People wishing to donate food should take it to Wraysbury Village Hall, The Green, Wraysbury TW19 5NA… Continue reading CLOSURE OF FOOD CUPBOARD AT ST MICHAEL’S CHURCH HORTON

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Wraysbury Volunteers Update

Update by Janet Crame on the recent activities of Wraysbury & Horton Volunteers.   Media & PR: Firstly, here is our new logo (thanks to Glyn) and car poster in use already for volunteers taking shopping, meals on wheels and prescriptions.   Carly has created a new Facebook site for public viewing of Wraysbury &… Continue reading Wraysbury Volunteers Update

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COVID-19 don’t panic!

COVID-19 – Don’t panic! As we move from containment of the outbreak to community transmission we need to act sensibly and responsibly. Don’t panic-buy or hoard, all the essentials are available in the local shops and we should be able to supply all the village needs for the duration of the epidemic. There is no… Continue reading COVID-19 don’t panic!

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Warning from Runnymede Police

⚠️Alert – We have had a report of a male knocking on doors in the #Staines area claiming to be having a medical episode. Once the door has been opened, he has pushed people back into the house and threatened them whilst demanding money. The male is described as white, in his 40’s/early 50’s, of… Continue reading Warning from Runnymede Police

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