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Sonning Common Health Centre
Information for Patients

FISH Volunteer Centre – Covid-19 Notice

FISH are liaising with SOCO Corona Virus Support Group and Sonning Common Parish Council
FISH are helping by taking phone calls and providing telephone support as well as some shopping.
SOCO Support Group are collecting prescriptions and shopping.
Day Lewis pharmacy and SOCO Support Group have set up a system of picking up a bulk batch of prescriptions at a time to reduce visit numbers.
The Parish Council have sourced some groceries and organised some food parcels.
Shield has been activated (for those on the at-risk list who have no help from volunteers or family)
FISH 0118 972 3986 and 0118 380 0127
SOCO Support Group 0746 8004541 and 0118 380 0127
Shield 01865 897820
For more detailed information click here

Local Information

All dates and activities may change due to Coronavirus

Rotherfield Peppard Parish Council Website
Sonning Common Health Centre Winter Newsletter
February 2020 news from South Oxfordshire District Council
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Public Transport for Peppard

For changes in Bus and Train services due to coronavirus please see this page
Goingforward Buses regrettably have suspended their services from the 28th March 2020

For Electricity Supply during this period.
For statements by UK Power Networks and SSE please click these links.
UK Power  
and SSE

Neighbourhood Policing – November 2019 Newsletter

Partnership working

Rotherfield Peppard Parish Council volunteers utilised our Speed Indicator Device (SID) for two days during October. 15 vehicles identified speeding during a thirty minute period. On another day 12 vehicles speeding during a thirty minute period. Many of these vehicles travelling at a speed of up to 42mph in a 30mph residential zone. more

Get help with home repairs

There are services and funds available to help people (owners and private tenants) stay independent, safe and well in their homes, and Oxfordshire County Council has developed a referral service to help residents (or carers) access the right organisations in their area, to get the help they need.  Read more..