Get help from your council during the pandemic

Find coronavirus help in your local area

Find out what help you might be able to get from your local council if you’re affected by coronavirus (COVID-19).

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Volunteer locally during coronavirus

Check if your local council has volunteering opportunities to help with Coronavirus (COVID-19).

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This site was originally a service to help you find help from your local council during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We gathered links from local councils in the UK where you could receive or give help. We have now donated our data to GOV.UK, where they will be working with local councils to keep the data up to date.

We are leaving this site up for the benefit of existing users however will no longer be actively maintaining the data behind it. Over time we expect the links may become out of date or to stop working and there may be more up-to-date contact information available.

Thank you for the tremendous response, for all the hard work of volunteers on this, and other COVID-19 projects and, of course, thank you to the NHS and front-line care givers around the UK.

Enter your postcode to find the specific site and contact details we collected for those providing support in your local community. This data will no longer be updated.

What is a Community Hub?

A network of 'community hubs' is being set up across the UK to deliver food to 1.5 million people with serious medical conditions who have been told to remain indoors, or shield, because of Coronavirus (COVID-19).

You can find out more, and register as a clinically extremely vulnerable person, on the GOV.UK website.

⏎ Back to search for your local Community Hub.

Official sources of Coronavirus (COVID-19) information

What you need to do

Read more about what you can and cannot do and other official guidance from the UK Government.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms

NHS description of the symptoms and what to do if you think you may have the virus.

Volunteer to help

NHS Volunteer Responders has been set up to support the NHS and the care sector during the pandemic. Find out more about the Royal Voluntary Service and the GoodSam app.