Supported by Paulton Parish Council


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BANES Helpline: 0300 247

Available if you need any help or assistance with:● Delivery of supplies● A friendly phone call● Collection of medication● Money matters or work● Mental wellbeing (including anxiety, loneliness, and low mood)● Advice on keeping fit● Household issues● Supporting your family● Food and cooking● Understanding public health advice

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Elm Hayes Surgery: 01761 413155

Contact us for:● Details of NHS Community Volunteer Service● Telephone/ Video calls with Doctors and Nurses if you have an urgent need● Help with prescriptions (Option 3 on our phone system)
Echo Pharmacy Thousands of people use Echo to take care of their NHS prescriptions. Order your medicine, get reminders and have it delivered for free. To your home, your family or friends, or to one of 10,500 Post Office collection points.
Please visit and use code FQX10We believe you will have to quote the store address:Lloyds Pharmacy, Elm Hayes Health Centre, Clandown Road, Paulton, BS39 7SF 

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Paulton Village Larder

 Located in the front of the Wesley Hall, the larder is there 24/7 for anyone who needs it. No questions asked. Please take what you need.
Donations always welcome.  

Other Help & Advice

Vaccine Information

If you want to find out the latest information about the Covid vaccination, the Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire Clinical Commissioning Group's website now has a dedicated Covid-19 vaccination page with a detailed question-and-answer section.
A dedicated email address has also been set up: .ten.shn%40yreuqeniccav.gccwsb

Dental Advice

Because of coronavirus (COVID-19), changes have been made to routine dental treatment.
In England, some routine dental treatments are available again.
Contact your dentist by phone or email. 

Domestic Violence Help

During lockdown there can feel like there's no escape for victims of domestic abuse. Help & Support is available from Women's Aid for all victims of domestic abuse

COVID-19 Testing

Everyone in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland who is showing Coronavirus symptoms are now eligible to book a swab test to find out if they have the virus.Simply call 119 on your phone to book a test.