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We hope that you are safe and well and that your family, friends and loved ones are safe and well.

Coronavirus is the biggest peacetime crisis our country has faced in generations.

Gloucester Liberal Democrats wanted to make sure you were aware of where to get the most up to date advice and support.

Below are some links and contact details that we hope you find helpful.

Latest UK Government advice:


Book a covid test:


The Gloucester test centre is based at Hempsted Meadows, David Hook Way, GL2 5LE

Gloucestershire County Council help hub:

The community help hub can be contacted at www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/helphub or 01452 583519.

Gloucester Food Bank:


If you need help please call 01452 505 544

Support for local residents and businesses:

If you have been severely financially impacted by the pandemic you may be eligible for government support.


Further local information:

Gloucester City Council has a lot of information for local residents


Gloucester City Council refuse and recycling

To report collection problems please call 01452 396 396 or email heretohelp@gloucester.gov.uk

Gloucestershire Highways

Please email highways@gloucestershire.gov.uk or call 0800 514 514

Help for the over 55s:


Or call 01452 422 660

NHS 111:



For mental health support


Or call 0300 123 3393



Or freecall 116 123

Listening Post Counselling

Call 01452 383 820

Papryus (Suicide prevention for young people)

Call 0800 068 4141


0800585 858

National Domestic Abuse Hotline

0808 2000 247


0800 1111

Citizens Advice:


Citizens Advice can help with a wide range of employment and benefits issues. Call their AdviceLine on 03444 77 2020.

Please remember to practise social distancing, wear a face covering when neccessary, wash your hands with warm water and soap regularly and follow the latest UK NHS advice on self-isolating.