Oxfordshire NHS and Local Authorities Stakeholder Briefing 2022
Oxfordshire health and local authority partners are
working together to respond to the pandemic and
help the county restart, recover and renew after
This briefing is jointly produced by Oxfordshire Local Authorities and local NHS organisations on the response and recovery efforts around COVID-19.
Click here to read the full report.
Support and advice for charities
- Guidance for charities: government guidance to help with running your charity during the COVID-19 outbreak
- Guidance from the Charity Commission on your Charity’s objects– what do they allow you to do to help with the COVID-19 efforts?
Support and advice for parish/ town councils
- National Association of Local Councils: COVID-19 advice and information for parish and town councils
Getting supplies to those in need
- Giving world: provide free supplies of clothing, food Items, toiletries, cleaning and household products so the most vulnerable people in our communities can stay safe and well.
- Big Barn: lists local suppliers around the country, including Oxfordshire, who are able to deliver food.
Mental health and isolation
- Community Connect – social prescription service for Cherwell and West Oxfordshire: Covid-19 support
- Guidance for parents and carers on supporting children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak: government advice
- Oxfordshire Mind: take care of your mental health and wellbeing when self-isolating and working from home
- Age UK have launched a new telephone service for older people who need support if they are self-isolating. Call 01865 411 288 and leave your name and number, someone will call you weekly to see how you are, chat and offer practical support if needed.
- Coronavirus: looking out for each other – from Oxford Health
Children and young people
- Oxfordshire County Council Early Years Toolkit has a ‘Home Learning Environment’ tab with lots of activities to do at home.
Domestic abuse and personal safety
- Thames Valley Police and Oxfordshire County Council have put together advice for those suffering from, at risk from or concerned about domestic abuse during COVID-19: it is unfortunately likely that abuse is likely to increase with as a result of the coronavirus restrictions.
Community Halls Latest Advice
- Briefing for village and community halls – the Government’s COVID-19 Winter Plan
- COVID 19 Briefing February 2022
- Reopening Information Sheet – July 2021
- Appendix A Checklist for reopening your hall July 2021
- Appendix B – Reopening questionnaire for hirers July 2021
- Appendix C – Poster How to keep your hall COVID-19 secure February 2022
- Appendix D – The Re-opening of Community Facilities – the Roadmap and the practicalities July 2021 – expired advice
- Appendix E – Sample Special Conditions of Hire during COVID-19 – February 2022
- Appendix F – Sample COVID-19 Risk Assessment for re-opening Village and Community Halls February 2022
- Appendix G – Risk Assessment for Hall Hirers February 2022
- Appendix H – COVID-19 First Aid box July 2021
- Appendix I – Poster- Help Keep This Playground Secure
- Appendix J – Performances in Village and Community Halls – expired advice, refer to updated Government advice
- Appendix K – Indoor and outdoor exercise and sport – expired advice, please refer to updated Government advice
- Appendix L – COVID-19 Treatment Plan July 2021
- Appendix M – Test and Trace QR code July 2021 – expired advice
- Legionella Guidance from Chartered Institute of Environmental Health