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Coronavirus helpline

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Find out about the helpline set up to coordinate community support in Farnham and the villages.

Coronavirus helpline – 01252 745446

What to do if you need help

Call 01252 745446 or email if you need help during the Coronavirus/COVID-19 emergency and have no access to family, friends or neighbours. 

The Farnham Coordination Centre’s lines are open Monday to Friday, from 9am to 2pm. There is a recorded message for assistance outside of these hours.

This helpline has been set up to ensure that anyone who needs support can easily access it from someone in their neighbourhood. 

How to offer help

If you would like to volunteer or offer a particular skill, email You will receive an auto-response with a link to an online form.

If you are a local organiser in your neighbourhood or any other community network, we would like to add you to our database. This will help us to respond to requests for help. Email You will receive an auto-response with a link to an online form.

Informing people about the helpline

A leaflet will be sent to every household in Farnham and the surrounding villages to promote the helpline number.

Copies of the leaflet will be included in next week’s Farnham Herald and it will be available to pick up at supermarkets and other shops selling essential items.

About the helpline

The helpline has been set up by Farnham Town Council, Farnham Maltings, Farnham Herald and the local community to coordinate appeals for help and offers of support at the most local level in Farnham and surrounding villages.  

Many organisations are working together to keep you safe and build a stronger community. Please help by keeping a look out for your neighbours and building small neighbourhood groups where they do not already exist.


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