Sleaford Town Council staff still working but public toilets closed during coronavirus outbreak
the services team will continue working maintaining the streets and parks for exercise (apart from play equipment) and the cemetery remains open.
The council has issued a warning strongly advising all residents of Sleaford to heed the Government’s warning to stay at home for your own personal safety as well as those of your family.
If you have a medical condition that makes you extremely vulnerable and you require support for deliveries of food they advise you to register online at: www.gov.uk/government/publications/guidance-on-shielding-and-protecting-extremely-vulnerable-persons-from-covid-19/
Please be aware of fraudulent activity in these certain times.
If you feel you are able to volunteer your time to offer your assistance in this crisis – contact the Lincolnshire County Council volunteer hotline on 01522 782189 or sign up to Red Cross at https://reserves.redcross.org.uk
The Town Council’s new website, www.sleaford.gov.uk , will continue to provide up to date information in relation to coronavirus. There is also a reporting form on the website if you need to contact the council.
The council states: “Whilst our work arrangements have adapted to reflect the developing Covid 19 – Coronavirus, Sleaford Town Council officers and councillors remain contactable during this time. If you have any concerns do not hesitate to contact us by email: [email protected] or telephone 01529 303456.
“In these challenging times, the council appreciate all that everyone is doing to stay safe.”