We are residents of Heydon and we are here to help you if you need it during the Coronavirus pandemic.
We also want to keep in touch so why not join the forum and look at our blog in the menu above.
This site will evolve as needs become clearer, let us know if there is anything you would like to see. Drop us a line by clicking here
For more information scroll down or use the menu above.
A Helping Hand
Here are just some of the things we can help with
We can pop out for a pint of milk or a weekly shop
You are not alone, someone will be happy to have a chat
Need a prescription collection from Barley or Royston?
Self isolation or illness shouldn't mean Fido has to stay indoors too
If you need to send a parcel and can't get to Barley we can do that for you
Have a problem, just ask and we will try to help
Bury Lane are now making home deliveries:
https://burylanefarmshop.co.uk 01763 260418
They are also delivering: www.frogendpetsupplies.co.uk
They only have a small number of slots each week so we will try to
combine orders to make sure everyone who needs a delivery is able to
get one. If you make an order and have a delivery date please email us
here so we can post the date on the blog. Order via email at
Burton's Butchers in Saffron Walden
Burtons are delivering to those in self isolation with a minimum £15
order online at www.burtonsbutchers.com or call ( 01799 522270 ).
Uttlesford Frontline (wellbeing website if are having difficulties accessing food, finances or friendship during the lockdown )
Chishill Covid-19 site ( nice site with helpful blog )
ADVICE AND HELP
Please let us know if there is something not working on this website or if there is something you would like to see here.
If you are isolating through illness or on government advice there is always someone here you can talk to. If you have any worries or just fancy a natter, pick up the phone. Call 01763 836244 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can find the right person to talk to.
The parish of Heydon was transferred from Essex to Cambridgeshire in 1894. The area of the parish is 862 hectares (2,130 acres). It is situated on one of the highest places in Cambridgeshire, with the nearby village of Great Chishill being the very highest.