If you need help please fill in the form on this website, as it gathers the information we need
Please contact us if you need more information, can help in any way, or want to share details of things you or your group is doing in our community
The simplest way is to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
There is also a helpline number to provide advice to residents who may be struggling to get essential supplies (food, prescription medicines) during the Covid-19 restrictions.
The helpline is aimed particularly at those who may have trouble using the internet, or are struggling to get online delivery. It will serve as a link between people who need help with shopping or prescription delivery and local volunteer groups.
The Supply Lines helpline is open from 12 Midday to 4pm Monday-Friday, and can be reached on 01223 66 22 91. Please share it with those who can’t access this website easily.
You can also contact people directly
Katie Thornburrow, City Councillor email email@example.com phone: 07480 246939
Barbara Ashwood, County Councillor email: firstname.lastname@example.org phone: 01223 842629
Andy Blackhust – Trumpington Residents Association email: email@example.com
Philippa Slatter – Honorary City Councillor email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Trumpington Mutual Aid WhatsApp Group
A WhatsApp group has been set up to help coordinate activities and share information directly. You can join it by clicking this link if you have WhatsApp on the device you are using to view this page.
The Queen Edith’s Community Forum, in association with the parish churches of St John’s and St James, has a team of volunteers across the area who can help with collecting prescriptions, getting shopping, walking your dog, posting mail, providing IT advice or even just calling on the phone for a friendly chat.
If you need some help, call us and leave a message on 01223 641 012
Please do not use this line for emergencies, for medical advice or information, or for support services provided by our local councils.
This service is aimed at residents of the Queen Edith’s area of Cambridge (broadly the area anywhere south of Cherry Hinton Road).