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Crich Area Covid-19 Mutual Aid

Crich Mutual Aid logo

This community network - Crich Area Covid-19 Mutual Aid - has come together to provide a coordinated response in Crich and South Wingfield Parishes to the measures being recommended by Government.

There are over 100 volunteers in the network ready to help the residents of Crich Parish and South Wingfield Parish. Things have been progressing at a rate of knots behind the scenes and we have already been helping residents that have been in touch through us directly.

 

Call the network helpline on:

01773 447533

Get help with shopping, meals, prescriptions, petcare, phone contact, post or just for a friendly chat.

What you will find on this page

Services summary

Volunteer sign-up

Meals delivery services

Local food delivery services

Help for businesses

More information links

Resources for volunteers

 

Here's a summary of what is happening:

  • Leaflet - we have now got a leaflet, kindly printed by Roy Nadin Print for free, which informs residents about the helpline and the services they can access. The leaflet will be being delivered to all residents of Crich Parish and South Wingfield parish by the Crich Standard distribution volunteers and others over the weekend. See the link below to download a printable pdf of the leaflet to give to your neighbours.
  • Helpline - the helpline number is 01773 447533 and is now ready to take calls from residents. We have a group of helpline volunteers who are going to take the calls and pass the requests for help out to you - the volunteers. If we find we need more helpline volunteers, we will get in touch. The helpline is being managed by Claire Teeling and Steve Wood
  • Shopping/post - Phil Dolby of Crich Postoffice is going to look after the shopping/post volunteers. He has put together an information pack with guidance on the dos and don'ts of shopping for residents, the cash handling and the record keeping etc. He will be getting in touch with those who have volunteered to shop and passing that information out to you. Shopping volunteers will then start to hear from the Helpline volunteers as they get requests in for shopping.
  • Phone contact - the helpline will provide a point of contact for residents who want to call up for a chat. However, if the residents want more regular contact, the helpline will pass those requests over to Crich Careline to schedule and manage outbound calls to those residents. A group of our volunteers are also happy to volunteer for Careline, either temporarily or on a more long term basis and Andy Harding of Careline is busy getting them up and running with that service.
  • Prescription delivery - this is quite a complex area and there are some necessary restrictions around the handling of, in particular, controlled drugs. Frances James is working with the Crich Medical Practice and Lloyds Pharmacy to put together a process for a very small group of volunteers to get involved with helping the existing prescription delivery service which is overwhelmed. Helpline call requests for prescription delivery are being passed to Frances James' group to handle.
  • Lloyds Pharmacy opening hours: Monday to Friday: open 10.00 am to 1.00 pm (closed for lunch) open 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm; Saturday open 9.30 am to 12.30 pm. Please note that prescription preparation takes 4-5 working days for regular prescription medication so order well in advance of running low.
  • Meals provision - there are a number of organisations and businesses that have come forward to offer meal delivery services. Cathy Bowness is working with them to put together a list of what is being offered by whom and we will be posting that information online on crichstandard.org as well as the various facebook pages. The helpline volunteers will provide residents with this information when they get calls.
  • Communication - Linda Philo and Andrew Auld have been putting as much relevant information as possible up on the Crich Standard website and Facebook page as well as Spotted: Crich, Fritchley, South Wingfield and Whatstandwell on Facebook. They will continue to use these methods for getting the word out as well as through the Post Office, Community groups, businesses and the Medical Practice.

There is also a lot of work going on behind the scenes on making sure we have safeguarding and data security processes and measures in place. The network aims to help people who are anxious, potentially isolated and in some cases vulnerable. We have been taking very seriously the need to put in place a safe, reliable and trustworthy voluntary network.

Thank you very much to the volunteers - we know there is a lot of work going on between neighbours, families and friends too. We are strong communities and we will all be there for each other through this crisis.

If you have any questions about any of this, please email covid19@crichstandard.org.

Sign up to volunteer here:
http://eepurl.com/gWtb4T

Or follow the link to register with us as someone who needs some help and support.

Meal delivery services

Establishments providing food within the parishes of Crich and South Wingfield

The Loafers comfort box

The Loaf

They are providing Loafers Essential Comfort Boxes containing basic food such as bread, milk eggs and this can be added to. Orders for meals from a menu can be made and delivered within a radius of 5 miles.

Orders taken online ( www.theloaf.co.uk) tel. 01773 857074 . The Loaf is open 8am till 3pm Tuesday till Saturday.


The Family Tree

The Family Tree

Christine has created a takeaway menu and food can be delivered locally. There is a shop selling provisions.

Tel. 01773 425915. Email ...info@thefamilytreederbyshire.co.uk


Cliff Inn Menu

The Cliff Inn

Producing meals and pizzas to order NHS Staff 25% off (with ID) Over 70s 10% off Meals can be collected, may be able to deliver locally.

Contact Tracy or Liggy on 01773 852444


Dawn Harper

Caterer based in Fritchley. Making traditional hot meals £3.50 for mains and £1.00 for puddings. Can deliver.

Order by phone Tel. 0779155 9394 email ...dawnmharper@hotmail.com


Toni Shepherd

Caterer based in Crich. A set meal plan is delivered to your door. Meals are made, packaged and delivered cold ready for you to freeze or reheat. Meals £3.00 Minimum order of 3 meals.

Contact Tim on 07988 541556. email ...thevenueashbourne@hotmail.co.uk

Food delivery services

As well as calling the helpline to get some shopping done by one of the volunteers, local businesses are offering food delivery services.

Nisa

If you are over 70 and housebound or in self isolation Nisa are offering a limited next day home delivery service between the hours of 10am to 4pm. £10 minimum spend within a 2 mile radius.

Call 01773 853169 to place an order. Please do not abuse this service - it is there to support those most in need at this time.

Opening hours: 9am - 1pm, 2pm - 6pm daily.

Crich Butchers

Crich Butchers: update on changes to opening arrangements from Tuesday 31 March.

This change is due to the practical challenge of taking too many card payments over the phone.

Crich Butchers doors will be open for people to come in and make purchases from 8:30am to 12:30pm, Tuesday to Saturday.

Orders from those self-isolating will be taken over the phone any time during normal working hours and can either be collected from the shop during the afternoon of the same day (Wednesday to Saturday), or delivered. Orders for delivery can be paid for by card over the phone or cheque on delivery.

Palin's (Matlock Fruit and Veg Wholesalers) Vegetable Boxes are delivering their fruit and veg boxes to Crich Butchers. Make your order direct with Palin's on 01629 822208 or order through Crich Butchers for next day delivery to the shop or free of charge to your home with your meat delivery. Payments can be made at the shop.

Option one £20 box: broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, carrots, leeks, parsnips, swede and bananas, apples, oranges, satsumas and grapes.

Option two £25 box: all of the above plus, cucumber, lettuce, tomato and mushrooms.

There may be some variations subject to availability.

Telephone Jake and his team on 01773 852623 or 07875 077322 to place orders.

The Black Swan

Steve will be supplying basic food eg tinned food, fresh fruit and bread etc

Contact Steve Tel 01773 856406. Email info@blackswancrich.co.uk

Jeera

Raj and Kaz are offering a limited Take Away and Delivery service from Wednesdays to Sundays. Call 01773 857000 to place an order. They are taking card payments ONLY over the phone and can deliver a minimum value £20 order within a 3 mile radius of crich.

Collections: Wednesday to Sunday from 5.30 pm to 10.00 pm (only one person allowed to collect at the doorway of the restaurant)

Deliveries: Wednesday to Sunday from 6.00 pm to 9.00 pm

Maycock's, Holloway

Robin Maycock is open Monday-Saturday 8.30-2pm
Easter hours:-
Closed bank holiday Monday and the Tuesday
Open good Friday & Saturday

More links and information

Lloyds pharmacy opening hours

Lloyds pharmacy opening hours are currently as follows:

Weekdays:
10.00 to 13.00
14.00 to 17.00

Saturday
09.30 to 12.30

Please note that prescription preparation takes 4-5 working days for regular prescription medication so order well in advance of running low.

South Wingfield Dispensary opening hours

For reference South Wingfield Dispensary is now dispensing from dispensary window, on the side of the building to the left of the main entrance. It is well signposted.

Opening hours:

Mon, Tues, Thurs 08.45 -12.30

Mon Wed Fri 15.30 - 18.00

Sat/Sun Closed

Help for Businesses

Thinking It Better are offering businesses time with their great team of coaches, consultants and experts via Skype, Zoom or phone free of charge until the end of April. Click here if you are interested

Belper Mutual Aid 01629 888111 Facebook page

Heage Mutual Aid Facebook page

Lea, Holloway, Dethick and Riber Lena 07971 165227 (not Tuesdays) / Christine 07720 966457 / Vicky 07875 297134

Amber Valley Corona Virus Volunteer Group Facebook page

Alfreton Support Network (Covid19) Facebook page

For other out of area groups click here

For up-to-date advice and information from Derbyshire County Council:

https://www.derbyshire.gov.uk/social-health/health-and-wellbeing/health-protection/disease-control/coronavirus/coronavirus-covid-19.aspx

For the latest health advice:

www.nhs.uk/coronavirus

For the latest advice from Government:

www.gov.uk/coronavirus

Resources for volunteers

This section is for our volunteers. There are guidance documents here to help you as you help others.

Latest news about Coronavirus/Covid-19

  • New telephone helpline for people suffering distress or anxiety during the Coronavirus pandemic

    06 April 2020 New telephone helpline for people suffering distress or anxiety during the Coronavirus pandemic

    Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust has launched a new telephone based support line for local people who are experiencing increased distress or anxiety during the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

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  • Easter Cheer

    05 April 2020 Easter Cheer

    All households in our community are being encouraged to create an Easter window display to brighten the day of those passing by. It can be as simple or elaborate as you like, the idea is just to spread some happiness.

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  • Supporting Families through the Coronavirus Crisis

    04 April 2020 Supporting Families through the Coronavirus Crisis

    Crich Area Covid19 Mutual Aid volunteers are there to support everyone in our community.

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  • Exercising Scandi Style

    03 April 2020 Exercising Scandi Style

    While we have just an hour of freedom outside, you might be weighing up the best use of your time for health and fitness. If you are an outdoors person, you might find Nordic walking offers you the perfect solution. It was originally a summer training regime for cross-country skiers.

    Comments: 0

  • Gentle Yoga classes continue at home

    02 April 2020 Gentle Yoga classes continue at home

    Bev Lomax, the yoga teacher who runs the very popular weekly gentle yoga sessions in Crich is preparing some 5 minute videos for the community to access free of charge.

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Events relating to health and wellbeing

Crich Monument Race

Crich Monument Race

Sat Jul 11 13:30:00 2020

The race is open to all comers, club runners, pub runners, slow runners. In particular we would like teams from clubs, pubs and societies, everyone is welcome.  All proceeds go to well deserving local charities.  

The route is mainly off road with fantastic views of the Derbyshire countryside and is a REAL challenge for Fell, Road and Trail runners, the race distance is approximately 11.3 kilometres including 1000 feet of climbing.

Trail Running Association Permit Number 936 

The Race starts at 1.30pm.

Crich Monument Race website

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