Coronavirus statement 

Statement from the Belhelvie Community Council on the current health situation.  You can also see updates on the impact on local services on our news page and on our Facebook page.

The work of the Community Council

We are continuing the work of the Belhelvie Community Council during the current crisis. We have moved our monthly meetings online and working together using phone, email and online meetings.

We continue to be in contact with Aberdeenshire Council and our Councillors.

Latest Scottish Government route map

The Scottish Government route map is frequently updated as the coronavirus situation continues to develop.

Read the lastest guidance and the route map on Scottish Government website.

Grampian Coronavirus (COVID-19) Assistance Hub

The Hub provides help and advice for Grampian.   Information available includes:

- How to make a request for assistance and how to register to offer one
- Information about schools and nurseries
- How coronavirus is spread and how to avoid catching or spreading germs
- Guidance and support available for businesses
- Financial support and assistance
- View latest news from UK and Scottish governments

Links to Aberdeenshire Council, Aberdeen Council, British Red Cross, HM Coastguard, Moray Council, NHS Grampian, Police Scotland, SCottish Fire and Rescue Service and SSE

Visit the Grampian Coronavirus (COVID-19) Assistance Hub website

Helping others locally

We’re aware that many of you want to help vulnerable members of our community who are self-isolating at the moment.

Several groups and activities are forming locally, a few are listed here. Apologies to any we’ve missed, to be added to the list please get in touch: email the Belhelvie Community Council or contact us on our Facebook page 

Local groups and activities

Please check on your neighbours by phone or from a safe distance to see if they need anything and keep an eye out for members of our community who may not be online at this time.

Staying informed

We will be updating Facebook and our website with news about local services such as Doctors, Schools and other Council facilities as soon as we hear about any changes due to the crisis. (See our news page for more information).

We recommend you keep up with the latest advice from the Scottish government through their website and the news.

Advice and volunteering in Scotland

The Ready Scotland site has information about:

- Helping your neighbours, friends and family
- How to volunteer
- Where to find additional support
- Advice for community groups
- Shopping responsibly
- Advice for businesses

Find out more on the Ready Scotland website

There is specific advice for volunteering on:

- Returning Health & Social Care workers
- British Red Cross supporting our public services including the NHS and local authorities
- Volunteer Scotland to supporting other charities and groups in your community

Find out more on the Ready Scotland website - volunteering information

Page last updated: 15 September 2020


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