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RAMSEY TOWN COUNCIL

RAMSEY COVID-19 HELP GROUP TEL: 07562 379472

PLEASE GO TO THE FOLLOWING LINKS:

IF YOU REQUIRE HELP OR WISH TO VOLUNTEER

https://www.wearehuntingdonshire.org/i-need-help-or-want-to-help-someone/

TO FIND BUSINESSES WITHIN THE RAMSEY AREA THAT ARE PROVIDING SERVICES

http://www.ramseyandvillages.co.uk/?fbclid=IwAR1CyNaHPp7wBkdkSrjZhZ0-V0-8J85POY0fxKwS00vj2BSrSadwX1S4fig

In view of the current spread of Coronavirus (Covid-19) and the concern it is causing within the Community I would like to reassure the public that Ramsey Town Council is taking all the necessary precautions we can. As we are a small office with few staff, the plan, at the moment, is to keep the Council Office open. May I request however, that should you need to contact the office you do so via phone: 01487 814957 or email: ramseytc@ramseytowncouncil.org.uk

Please look out for your neighbours and the vulnerable within our Community. By working together we can defeat this virus.

Keep safe

Gary Cook

Town Clerk & RFO

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URGENT APPEAL FOR FOSTER CARERS

Urgent appeal for foster carers across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

A campaign to urgently boost the number of people fostering to support children across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough during the coronavirus crisis has been launched. More »

The number of people enquiring about becoming foster carers has dipped, with the immediate need being for teenagers, children with additional needs and sibling groups.

Both Cambridgeshire County Council and Peterborough City Council are launching a 'Call for Action' urging people who can help to change the lives of children and young people to become foster carers and provide loving, supportive homes as demand for the service increases.

During COVID-19, we are taking all the necessary steps during the fostering process to follow the government advice, for example, we can conduct initial visits virtually and have made arrangements to do so. If your application progresses then we will discuss the next stages with you which will include a face to face visit as part of the assessment process, this will adhere to the social distancing rules at all times.

People who believe they can make a positive difference to a child's life are encouraged to contact both council's today. All carers receive training, 24 hour access to support, along with allowances. As a foster carer you need to have the time, patience and determination to support and help vulnerable children and young people who are living away from their families. You will need to be over 21 and have a spare bedroom in your home.

Cambridgeshire County Council and Peterborough City Council encourage you to find out more about fostering, visit: www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/fostering email fostering@cambridgeshire.gov.uk or call 0800 052 0078

Visit www.peterborough.gov.uk/fostering email FosteringandAdoption@Peterborough.gov.uk or call 0800 328 8433.

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