• New Circuit Breaker Lockdown

    January 6th, 2021 by Stan Pilling in General News

              Arbory & Rushen Connect

    Community Support across the parishes

    In light of the Isle of Government’s announcement of a 21 day “circuit breaker lockdown”, Arbory and Rushen Parish Commissioners will be reactivating “Arbory & Rushen Connect” – the support network for parishioners.If you need assistance with shopping or other errands:

    • email [email protected]
    • Facebook Messenger visit Arbory Parish Commissioners or Rushen Parish Commissioners
    • phone 834501, 835013 or 492010 – leave a clear message if you don’t get an answer
      If you want a chat to break the monotony of isolation, please call Jane on 835013 or 492010.

    If you would like to be a volunteer & can safely offer assistance, please contact as above.
    Our volunteers will be visiting every home in Ballabeg, Colby, The Level, Croit e Caley, Ballakillowey, Ballafesson, Surby, the Howe, Glen Chass & Cregneash each Monday & Friday.
    If you need assistance please place something red or orange in a prominent place so that our volunteers know you need our help.

    If you live outside of these areas, if you’re uncertain whether your property will be covered by our volunteers or if you need immediate assistance please use the contact details above. Also, if you see that one of your neighbours needs help contact us and we’ll help.

    We have survived this before and by working together will do again!

    Please follow the latest Isle of Man Government guidance which can be found on their Covid website https://covid19.gov.im/news-releases-statements/.

    #stayathome #keepsafe #inthistogether

    It is important to stress that if you need urgent attention or need advice about Covid 19 please call the coronavirus community information line for non-medical calls and queries on 686262 or 111 if you have coronavirus queries of a medical nature such as symptoms, testing or self-isolation.