Bromley Liberal Democrats Covid-19 Information

Coronavirus and helping each other

The Covid-19 pandemic has affected us all. Many residents of Bromley Borough are understandably concerned for their health and those around them. It is important we all keep ourselves safe and well, by adhering to social distancing guidelines.

Information about Covid-19

For up-to-date health advice, please visit the NHS website.

For up-to-date national advice from the government (such as stay-at-home advice), please visit the UK government website.

Those concerned about existing or potential benefits, or statutory sick pay, can visit the Universal Credit website.

For information about services provided by Bromley Borough click here.

How to seek or offer help

It is important to ensure you keep yourself safe and well. If you are not in an at-risk category, and are otherwise well, there are ways you can help those in need.

If you feel unwell, but it is not an emergency, please use NHS 111. Mental health charity MIND have produced self-care tips which can be helpful for all.

The Bromley Liberal Democrats are offering help to those who locally need it. Click here for more information. We can also put you in touch with organisations further afield if you're concerned about loved ones outside of Bromley.

You can register to volunteer to support those shielding with Bromley Council, or contact the council to request support if you need it.

There are Mutual Aid groups across Bromley offering support or in need of volunteers, such as:

Bromley Mutual Aid

Beckenham Mutual Aid

Orpington Mutual Aid

Biggin Hill Mutual Aid