Corona Virus COVID-19 – Our Community

Local Assistance

If you require assistance during this time Parish Friends central to the Village and Dockenfield are able to help. TARNS (Tilford and Rushmoor Neighbourhood Scheme) are operating a similar scheme across Rushmoor and Tilford.


During these difficult times if you are ill or self isolating please contact your Parish Friend – their telephone numbers are in the back of the Parish Magazine or by calling Morag James on 793133. They have access to a list of people from our communities who have volunteered to help and are willing to assist people

Some of the areas of assistance include.

– shopping
– dog walking
– putting out bins
– returning library books
– assistance obtaining library books
– providing a hot meal (TARNS)
– a chat 

TARNS  07721013583


The Village Shop

Are you Self-isolating at home?
Do you need a food home delivery?
We’re here to help
Call the shop on 01252 795240 or call Martin Beer on 07785 577484, ideally in the morning as we aim to deliver same day. Give the details of what you would like to order and your contact details. (We will advise if we know we are out of stock of a particular product)
Volunteers will make up the order. Then one of our Post Office team will call you back to take payment by card and arrange a time/ place to leave your shopping.
Your food order is delivered in recycled boxes or FVS paper bags (free to self-isolating customer orders) and left in the agreed location. Alternatively you can arrange a time for yourself or a friend to collect your purchases from the shop – backdoor if you prefer.


Community Meals Service

Provided by Waverley Borough Council, with Frensham coming under the Farnham area, serviced by The Gostrey Centre, who can be contacted on 01252 727280 or The community meals service has capacity to support more people now, and Waverley are looking at ways to widen the community meals service to meet demand, which they anticipate will increase.


Please find useful links providing the latest information.

Surrey County Council have also set up a Community Helpline Number: 0300 200 1008 Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm

WBC Stay at Home directory

WBC Rate Relief and Grants




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