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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Ryecare

Ryecare has adapted to the current Covid-19 situation and is offering new customers lifelines if family members or carers can collect the equipment from Ryedale House in Malton (by appointment between 10.00 - 16.00) and install and programme the unit...


Rural Arts

All of our activities are up and running again in person! However you can continue to get involved online or remotely if you're not yet ready to return. You can do this via our #RADISH video workshops on our Facebook page, or via our resources on www...


ME Support Group

Unfortunately we have been unable to meet during the coronavirus lockdowns, but support can still be gained via email and telephone. We cannot provide physical support, but are able to help direct people towards other services if needs be.


The Go-To

The Go-To The Go-To is a website that provides information to help signpost young people, families and professionals to the right information and services available for mental health and wellbeing across North Yorkshire. Visit www.thegoto.org....


Leeming Village Hall

We provide the venue for various community groups, offering you a chance to learn new skills or socialise. Currently we offer: Dog Training Classes: Tuesday and Friday evenings Bedale Brass Band: Junior and Adult: Wednesday evenings Craft...


Gallows Close Centre

We have delivered over 200 food parcels to low income families and vulnerable adults isolating on their own. (Still available). Donated refurbished push bikes for free to NHS staff frontline staff (Still available). 50 Care packs donated to car...



Rhyming Multisensory Stories - Storytelling Through the Senses

Individuals with special educational needs especially those with Autism, benefit from a routine. The Covid-19 pandemic has dramatically changed this routine. I am also aware there are individuals still shielding. There are two resourc...