HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE
Vine Surgery in Street remains open for appointments, however, please adhere to these important guidelines:
If you are concerned that you may have Coronavirus, or may have come into contact with someone who has, the NHS 111 online service has created Coronavirus pages that tell you what you should do based on your particular circumstances. Please do not visit the surgery until you have contacted NHS 111.
YOUR LOCAL COUNCILS
Somerset County Council
Coronavirus Hotline (open daily 8am-6pm) 0300 790 6275
Adult Social Care, Children's Services, Highways
Mendip District Council
Council Tax, Benefits, Business Rates & Other Financial Help
Street Parish Council
Clerk - 07539 414 205
Assistant Clerk - 07927 556 387
Assistant Clerk and Projects Officer - 07502 501 013
Somerset Waste Partnership
Latest updates on waste and recycling collections
RAISING A CONCERN
If you have any concerns about the health and welfare or children or vulnerbale adults please raise them with Somerset County Council on the details below.
For concerns regarding families and children:
For concerns regarding vulnerable adults:
Self-isolation is essential to help slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), but it can create new challenges for people experiencing domestic abuse.
- Self-isolating while living with an abuser may heighten domestic tension and increase the risk of harm; home is not always a safe place for everyone.
- The service can offer safe emergency accommodation and outreach support. All delivered by a highly experienced and qualified team which is following Government guidance for keeping those experiencing domestic abuse safe in these unprecedented times.
- If you or someone you care about is in immediate danger, please call 999 and ask for the police.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS & NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS
PHYSICAL & MENTAL HEALTH
AVON & SOMERSET POLICE
Please visit the Avon & Somerset Police website for up to date information on procedures for emergency and high priority calls, enquiry offices, neighbourhood beat teams and more.
They are encouraging the public to report non-urgent incidents online instead of calling 101. You can report non-urgent incidents here.
Fraud and Scams
Criminals may use the coronavirus pandemic to carry out scams online, over the phone, or in person. Visit the Action Fraud website for the latest advice.
Staying Up To Date