Support from community support organisations

Not everyone has family, friends or neighbours to check on them. Community support organisations have been set up across North Yorkshire. If you or someone you know needs help they can call North Yorkshire County Council on: 01609 780 780 every day between 8am and 5.30pm.

Visit the North Yorkshire County Council website for updates on council services affected by the coronavirus.

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Coronavirus support services

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Tadcaster Volunteer Cars & Services Association

During the Covid 19 crisis we are providing help with shopping, prescription delivery and entertainment packs (eg. cds, dvds, jigsaws, books). We are also the NYCC community support organisation for Tadcaster and surrounding villages so if you need ...


Harrogate & District Community Action (HADCA)

We are the Community Support Organisation for Harrogate and the surrounding villages during the corona virus outbreak. Our Here to HELP volunteers are supporting people without family, friends and neighbours to turn to. A team of dedicated volunt...


Michaela Priddy

Normal day care and/or drop off/pick up from local schools and playschools if they allow mixing of settings. Handsanitising station set up outside door, parents not allowed into building unless absolutely necessary. 2 Metre distance markings outside...


Tracy Lund

I have been caring for children whose parents are key workers from the start of covid 19. I have followed the goverment guidelines which have kept myself and my family & also the children and there families safe at this strange time.


Jane Wright

Working within the Guidelines - temp checks - removal of some toys - new cleaning routine - lots of hand washing


Claire Greensit

We have been open to 4 keyworker children throughout. Currently we are open to all children, only 66% are choosing to return at this point, until Sept


Sticky Fingers Day Nursery

We organise the children into small groups and wherever possible these groups do not mix during the day. Outdoor spaces are used by the different groups at different times of the day. Care routines are within the space allocated to each group of chi...


Catterick Bridge Day Nursery

Closed on the 20th March and reopened on the 15th June 2020. Prioritised key worker children and 3 & 4 year old''s for the first week then children under 36 months returned. We are operating at reduced opening hours which may continue till September.


Busy Bees Pre-School Pannal

We are open to existing families and operating two separate bubbles of smaller child groups, with staff and children being distinct to those separate bubbles. We undertake two deep clean sessions per week, to sanitise the setting between bubbles.


Brambly Hedge Day Nursery

We closed 23rd March due to Covid and reopened to Key worker''s children 1st June