Brackley Town Council

Telephone: 01280 702441

Town Hall Tower

Clerk: Alison Moses
20 High Street, Brackley
Northamptonshire NN13 7DS

CORONAVIRUS COVID-19

BRACKLEY Vs CORONAVIRUS

BRACKLEY FOODBANK

Brackley Food Bank have made alternative arrangements for distribution. Visit https://brackleyfoodbank.org/ or telephone numbers below for further information.

If you need help due to illness, debt, unemployment, benefit issues, or any other problem, contact your doctor, childrens' school, church, social worker or social housing worker for a voucher to cover yourself and your family. They will tell you what to do next, and the voucher has those instructions on it as well.

In an emergency, phone 01869 810687 or 07842 514216.

ALL Brackley Foodbank updates can be viewed on the website blog

Donations to Brackley Foodbank

Brackley Foodbank require donations of the following items:

Sugar (small bags)
Tinned Potatoes
Tinned Fruit
Tinned Vegetables
Tinned Fish
Tinned Custard
Tinned Rice Pudding
Tinned Spaghetti
Jars of Pasta Sauce
Biscuits
Jam
Longlife Milk
Fruit Juice (not cordial or squash)
Breakfast Cereals
Toiletries for Ladies & Gents
Toothpaste
Toilet Rolls

Please note: Foodbank is unable to accept fresh produce or out of date items

Daily updates about urgent requirements are posted on the Brackley Foodbank page blog

Donations can be taken to Waitrose on Manor Road or Co-op at the top end of High Street or Co-op in Croughton. You can also call Alan Perkins on 01869 810687 to arrange delivery or collection of donations.

To offer help, donations of food or cash, you can email enquiries@brackleyfoodbank.org

Halse Road Cemetery

With regret, due to The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (England) Regulations 2020 Brackley Town Council have no option but to close our cemetery on Halse Road to visitors.

We understand how distressing this decision is, and we will of course re-open the cemetery as soon as we are permitted to do so.

GoodSAM: NHS Volunteer Army

Members of the public can sign up quickly and easily at goodsamapp.org/NHS to become NHS Volunteer Responders, and can be called on to do simple but vital tasks such as:

  • delivering medicines from pharmacies;
  • driving patients to appointments;
  • bringing them home from hospital;
  • or making regular phone calls to check on people isolating at home

Brackley Delivery and Takeaway Services
COVID 19 STAY AT HOME Period

Information to Allotment Holders

Lloyds Bank Temporary Closures

Lloyds Bank have closed a number of branches on a temporary basis. The list of branches affected will be updated on a regular basis.

Further details available from Lloyds Bank website.

HM Government Information & Guidance

Links to HM Government website for your information and guidance

How To Help Safely

Staying At Home And Away From Others (Social Distancing)

New advice to support mental health during coronavirus outbreak