Minster-on-Sea Parish Council believes it is important to keep you as updated as possible. Alongside our partners, we vow to do our best to support our community during this difficult time. The following guidance is offered to help you keep safe. This is in line with Public Health advice and Government guidelines as updated on 17 March 2020. As the position changes, this information may change, to remain safe, we urge you to keep up to date with the latest reports. Please remember:-
Do not go out if you feel unwell or are showing cold or flu like symptoms, stay at home to protect yourself and others.
To put this all into perspective and offer some reassurance during this difficult time, information is key, please check the following weblinks out noting as the situation progresses the information will be replaced by the latest findings:-
How can we support each other at this time?
As the coronavirus spreads, we understand that you will be worried about your friends and family members both at home and spread around the world and our thoughts go out to all those affected by this situation. At this difficult time, we ask that as a community we show support to all in the safest possible way taking social isolation and distancing precautions as necessary and not overwhelming the health or emergency services as they strive to deal with the most critical cases.
Minster-on-Sea Parish Council’s message is simple, no-one is alone and we will do all we can as your community leaders alongside our partners across the Isle of Sheppey and further afield to ensure that the most vulnerable in our society are supported.
To contact us:-
Minster-on-Sea Parish Council’s Public Office number is 01795 873831
Its Out of Hours number is 07748 967782
- Calls to both numbers will be screened and dealt with in order of priority.
Updated 17 March 2020.